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    Kenan Malik and Hans Kundnani

    Kenan Malik & Hans Kundnani: Racism and Anti-Racism

    What does it mean to be anti-racist in contemporary times? Is racism largely a function of whiteness, and can anti-racism build itself around multiculturalism, cosmopolitanism and identity politics? How can a historical perspective illuminate our understanding of both racism and the struggle against it – and is ‘Europe’ part of the problem or solution?

    Kenan Malik is the author of Not So Black and White and Strange Fruit. Hans Kundnani is the author of Eurowhiteness and Utopia or Auschwitz.

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    Eurowhiteness: Culture, Empire and Race in the European Project

    £12.00 £14.99
    An alternative account of the EU as a racialised project.

    From Fatwa to Jihad: The Rushdie Affair and its Legacy

    £10.00 £12.99
    The Number 1 international bestseller updated and reissued.

    Multiculturalism and its Discontents: Rethinking Diversity after 9/11

    Looks closely at the role of multiculturalism within terrorism and societal discontent. This title not only explores the relationship between multiculturalism and terrorism, but it analyzes the history of the idea of multiculturalism alongside its political roots and social consequences.

    Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides are Wrong in the Race Debate

    £10.00 £10.99
    The debate about race is back-and with a vengeance.

    The Paradox of German Power

    £12.00 £15.99
    * Kundnani dissects the conflicting pressures at play in Germany today and how these influence its politics, economic strategy and foreign policy

    The Quest for a Moral Compass: A Global History of Ethics

    £10.00 £12.99
    A history that has never been told before: the story of the global search for moral truth.

    Utopia or Auschwitz: Germany's 1968 Generation and the Holocaust

    £18.00 £22.50
    Presents a concise history of the German Left since the 1960s. This book traces the political journey of Germany's post-war generation and examines the influence that its ambivalent attitude to the Nazi past had on the foreign policy of the 'red-green' government between 1998 and 2005.

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