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"We are lucky to have rising public intellectual Marcia Dawkins bring critical conversations about the Mixed experience into broader scholarship. Her work confirms that an understanding of the Mixed experience is essential to understanding who we are as Americans."
--Heidi W. Durrow, author of The Girl Who Fell From the Sky
"A lively work that connects the politics of passing with the most pressing contemporary issues of identity."
--Michele Elam, author of Souls of Mixed Folk: Race, Politics, and Aesthetics in the New Millennium
Clearly Invisible is the rare kind of book that is as engaging and readable as it is important.
In short, this a wonderful examination of a crucial part--racial passing--of our history and currently, the color of our cultural identity.
Both students and academics could read this book if they interested in learning more about multicultural studies, and passing.
Clearly Invisible: Racial Passing and the Color of Cultural Identity, written by Marcia Alesan Dawkins discusses passing, especially as it relates to multicultural studies. Read morePublished 6 days ago by lovia feliscar
Most of these books are for a church library.. A committee researched any books and decided on these. They were weep received by the congregation. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Judy Specht
Marcia Alesan Dawkins has written a detailed and important look at the phenomenon of racial passing, which is neither new nor limited to our society. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Peter Albertson
As much as I was interested in this topic, I found the book tedious and difficult to finish, but I was determined and I finally did. It is more of a textbook. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lois B. Hedlund