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About borderlands Volume 3 Number 2, 2004


       Why Whiteness Studies?
       Editor: Damien W. Riggs


Damien W. Riggs
‘We Don’t Talk About Race Anymore’: Power, Privilege
and Critical Whiteness Studies


Fiona Nicoll
‘Are You Calling Me a Racist?’: Teaching
Critical Whiteness Studies in Indigenous Sovereignty

Nado Aveling
Critical Whiteness Studies and the Challenges
of Learning
to be a ‘White Ally’

Jane Haggis
Beyond Race and Whiteness? Reflections on the
New Abolitionists and an Australian Critical Whiteness Studies

Karen Brodkin
Studying Whiteness Shouldn't be Academic


Angela Mitropolous
The micro-physics of theoretical production and border crossings
(Jason Read, The Micro-Politics of Capital (SUNY Press, 2003)

Vicki Karaminas
Dispositions (McKenzie Wark, Dispositions, Salt Publishing, 2002)







Mike Hill and Damien W. Riggs
Whiteness Redux


Aileen Moreton-Robinson
The Possessive Logic of Patriarchal White Sovereignty:
The High Court and the Yorta Yorta Decision

Jan Larbalestier
White Over Black: Discourses of Whiteness in Australian Culture

Rachel Standfield
A 'Remarkably Tolerant Nation’? Constructions of Benign
in Australian Political Discourse

Simeon Moran
White Lives in Focus: Connecting Social Praxis,
Subjectivity and Privilege

Sara Ahmed
Declarations of Whiteness: The Non-Performativity of Anti-Racism

Robyn Westcott
Witnessing Whiteness: Articulating Race and the 'Politics of Style'

Fiona Probyn
Playing Chicken at the Intersection: The White Critic of Whiteness