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Publications of Eduardo Bonilla-Silva    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Bonilla-Silva, E, Racism without Racists (4th Edition) (July, 2013), pp. 384 pages, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ISBN 1442220562  [abs]
  2. Doane, AW; Bonilla-Silva, E, White Out: The Continuing Significance of Racism (January, 2013), pp. 344 pages, Routledge, ISBN 1136064664  [abs]
  3. Jung, MK; Vargas, J; Bonilla-Silva, E, The State of White Supremacy: Racims, Governance, and the USA (February, 2011), Stanford University Press
  4. Zuberi, T; Bonilla-Silva, E, White Logic, White Methods: Race, Epistemology, and the Social Sciences (Summer, 2008), Rowman and Littlefield
  5. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, edited by Darity, W; Bonilla-Silva, E (2007), Macmillan
  6. Bonilla-Silva, E, White Supremacy and Racism in the Post-civil Rights Era (2001), pp. 223 pages, Lynne Rienner Publishers, ISBN 1588260321  [abs]

Papers Accepted

  1. Bonilla-Silva, E, The Structure of Racism in Color-Blind, "Post-Racial" America, American Behavioral Scientist, vol. 59 no. 11 (October, 2015), pp. 1358-1376 [doi]
  2. Golash-Boza, T; Bonilla-Silva, E, Rethinking race, racism, identity and ideology in Latin America, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 36 no. 10 (October, 2013), pp. 1485-1489 [doi]  [abs]
  3. Bonilla-Silva, E, The last shall be first: Best Books in the Race Field Since 2000, Contemporary sociology, vol. 42 no. 1 (January, 2013), pp. 31-40 [doi]
  4. Bonilla-Silva, E, The invisible weight of whiteness: the racial grammar of everyday life in contemporary America, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 35 no. 2 (February, 2012), pp. 173-194 [doi]
  5. Bonilla-Silva, E, The Invisisble Weight of Whiteness: The Racial Grammar of Everyday Life in America, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 34 no. 12 (2012)
  6. Bonilla-Silva, E, Examining, Debating, and Ranting about the Obama Phenomenon: Introduction to Special Section on Obama, Political Power and Social Theory, vol. 22 (2012), pp. 3-16
  7. Bonilla-Silva, E; Seamster, L, The Sweet Enchantment of Color Blindness in Black Face: Explaining the “Miracle,” Debating the Politics, and Suggesting a Way for Hope to be “For Real” in America, Political Power and Social Theory, vol. 22 (2012), pp. 105-139
  8. Seamster, L; Bonilla-Silva, E, Introduction: Examining, debating, and ranting about the Obama phenomenon, Political Power and Social Theory, vol. 22 (December, 2011), pp. 3-15 [doi]  [abs]
  9. Bonilla-Silva, E; Dietrich, D, The new racism: The racial regime of post-civil rights America, vol. 32 (January, 2011), pp. 41-67
  10. Burton, LM; Bonilla-Silva, E; Ray, V; Buckelew, R; Freeman, EH, Critical Race Theories, Colorism, and the Decade's Research on Families of Color, Journal of Marriage and Family, vol. 72 no. 3 (June, 2010), pp. 440-459 [doi]
  11. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, The 2008 Elections and the Future of Anti-racism in 21st Century Amerika or, Humanity and Society (2010)
  12. Bonilla-Silva, E, The 2008 Elections and the Future of Anti-racism in 21st Century Amerika Or How We Got Drunk with Obama’s Hope Liquor and Failed to See Reality, Humanity and Society, vol. 34 no. 3 (2010), pp. 222-232
  13. Bonilla-Silva, E; Mayorga, S, Si Me Permiten Hablar: Limitations of the human rights tradition to address racial inequality, Societies without Borders, vol. 4 no. 3 (October, 2009), pp. 366-382, ISSN 1871-8868 [doi]  [abs]
  14. Bonilla-Silva, E, Are the Americas 'sick with racism' or is it a problem at the poles? A reply to Christina A. Sue, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 32 no. 6 (July, 2009), pp. 1071-1082, ISSN 0141-9870 (This was an exchange with a critic of my work on the idea that racial stratification in the USA is becoming latin american-like. The work was profiled by the journal and is receiving lots of attention..) [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  15. Burton, L; Bonilla-Silva, E; Ray, V; Buckelow, R; Freeman, E, The Color of race and Ethnicity in American Families: A Synthesis and Critique, Journal of Marriage and the Family (2009?)  [abs]
  16. Bonilla-Silva, E, When Whites LOVE a Black Leader: Race Matters in Obamerica, Journal of African American Studies (2009?)
  17. (with David Dietrich). “New Racism”, in In Covert Racism, edited by Rodney Coates. New York, NY: Oxford University Press (2008)
  18. Response to Comment on Latin Americanization Thesis, Ethnic and Racial Studies (2009 or 2010?) (2008)  [abs]
  19. Bonilla-Silva, E, Review of Black and Blue, African Americans, the Labor Movement, and the Decline of the Democratic Party by Paul Frymer, Contemporary Sociology, vol. 38 no. 1 (2008), pp. 54-55, American Sociological Association, ISSN 1939-8638
  20. Bonilla-Silva, E, Where is the love? A Rejoinder on the Latin Americanization Thesis, Race and Society, vol. 5 (2008), pp. 103-114  [abs]
  21. with Berry, B; Bonilla-Silva, E, 'They should hire the one with the best score': White sensitivity to qualification differences in affirmative action hiring decisions, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 31 no. 2 (2008), pp. 215-242, ISSN 0141-9870 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  22. Bonilla-Silva, E; Embrick, DG, Every place has a ghetto ... ": The significance of whites' social and residential segregation, Symbolic Interaction, vol. 30 no. 3 (2007), pp. 323-345, ISSN 0195-6086 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  23. Bonilla-Silva, E; Goar, C; Embrick, DG, When whites flock together: The social psychology of white habitus, Critical Sociology, vol. 32 no. 2-3 (June, 2006), pp. 229-253 [doi]  [abs]
  24. Bonilla-Silva, E; Goar, C; Embrick, DG, When Whites Flock Together: White Habitus and the Social Psychology of Whites’ Social and Residential Segregation from Blacks, Critical Sociology, vol. 32 no. 2-3 (2005), pp. 229-254  [abs]
  25. Bonilla-Silva, E; Lewis, A; Embrick, DG, "I did not get that job because of a black man ...": The story lines and testimonies of color-blind racism, Sociological Forum, vol. 19 no. 4 (December, 2004), pp. 555-581 [doi]
  26. Bonilla-silva, E, From bi-racial to tri-racial: Towards a new system of racial stratification in the USA, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 27 no. 6 (November, 2004), pp. 931-950 [doi]
  27. Bonilla-Silva, E, Racial attitudes or racial ideology? An alternative paradigm for examining actors' racial views, Journal of Political Ideologies, vol. 8 no. 1 (February, 2003), pp. 63-82 [doi]  [abs]
  28. Bonilla-Silva, E, Where is the love? A rejoinder by Bonilla-Silva on the Latin Americanization thesis, Race and Society, vol. 5 no. 1 (December, 2002), pp. 103-114 [doi]  [abs]
  29. Bonilla-Silva, E, We are all Americans!: The Latin Americanization of racial stratification in the USA, Race and Society, vol. 5 no. 1 (December, 2002), pp. 3-16 [doi]
  30. Aguirre, BE; Bonilla Silva, E, Does race matter among Cuban immigrants? An analysis of the racial characteristics of recent Cuban immigrants, Journal of Latin American Studies, vol. 34 no. 2 (June, 2002), pp. 311-324 [doi]  [abs]
  31. Bonilla-Silva, E, The linguistics of color blind racism: How to talk nasty about blacks without sounding ãƒÆ’ã‚¢ãƒÂ¢ã¢â€šÂ¬ã‚¡ãƒâ€¦ã¢â‚¬Å“racistãƒÆ’ã‚¢ãƒÂ¢ã¢â€šÂ¬ã‚¡ãƒâ€šã‚, Critical Sociology, vol. 28 no. 2 (January, 2002), pp. 41-64 [doi]  [abs]
  32. Bonilla-Silva, E; Embrick, DG, Are Blacks color blind too? An interview-based analysis of Black Detroiters' racial views, Race and Society, vol. 4 no. 1 (December, 2001), pp. 47-67 [doi]  [abs]
  33. Bonilla-Silva, E; Baiocchi, G, Anything but racism: How sociologists limit the significance of racism, Race and Society, vol. 4 no. 2 (December, 2001), pp. 117-131 [doi]  [abs]
  34. Bonilla-Silva, E; Forman, TA, "I am not a racist but ...": mapping White college students' racial ideology in the USA, Discourse & Society, vol. 11 no. 1 (January, 2000), pp. 50-85 [doi]
  35. Bonilla-Silva, E, "This is a White country": The racial ideology of the Western nations of the world-system, Sociological Inquiry, vol. 70 no. 2 (2000), pp. 188-214 [doi]
  36. Bonilla-Silva, E, Rethinking racism: Toward a structural interpretation, American sociological review, vol. 62 no. 3 (June, 1997), pp. 465-480  [abs]

Journal Articles

  1. Bonilla-Silva, E, The hangover is still not over: Obamerica a Year Later, Humanity and Society, vol. 34 no. 3 (Summer, 2010), pp. 280-284

Articles and Chapters

  1. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, “‘Every Place Has a Ghetto…’: The Significance of Whites’ Social and Residential Segregation.”, Journal of Symbolic Interaction (2005) (This is forthcoming..)

Book Reviews

  1. Bonilla-Silva, E, Review of Racial Justice in the Age of Obama in Ethnic and Racial Studies by Roy L. Brooks, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 33 no. 9 (October, 2010), pp. 1169-1170
  2. Frymer, Paul. Black and Blue, African Americans, the Labor Movement, and the Decline of the Democratic Party. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press., Contemporary Sociology (2008)
  3. Bonilla-Silva, E, Prejudice in politics: Group position, public opinion, and the Wisconsin treaty rights dispute, Social forces; a scientific medium of social study and interpretation, vol. 86 no. 1 (September, 2007), pp. 364-366, ISSN 0037-7732 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  4. Bonilla-Silva, E, Towards a New Radical Agenda: A Critique of Mainstreamed Sociological Radicalism, edited by Levine, R, Contemporary Sociology, vol. 35 no. 2 (2006), pp. 111-114  [abs] [author's comments]

Book Chapters

  1. Bonilla-Silva, E; Brookshire Childers, T, The pitfalls and possibilities of prophetic race theory: Cultivating leadership: Race matters in “postracial” Obamerica and how to climb out of the Rabbit Hole, in Repositioning Race: Prophetic Research in a Postracial Obama Age (January, 2014), pp. 22-48, ISBN 9781438450872
  2. Bonilla-Silva, E; Ray, VE, Getting over the obama hope hangover: The new racism in ‘post-racial’ America, in Theories of Race and Ethnicity: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives (January, 2014), pp. 57-73, ISBN 9781139015431 [doi]  [abs]
  3. Bonilla-Silva, E, “New racism,” Color-Blind racism, and the future of whiteness in America, in White Out: The Continuing Significance of Racism (January, 2013), pp. 271-284, ISBN 9780203412107 [doi]
  4. Bonilla-Silva, E; Ashe, A, The End of Racism? Colorblind-Racism and Popular Media in Post-Civil Rights America, in Colorblind Screen, edited by Nilsen, S; Turner, SE (2013), pp. 57-82, NYU Press
  5. Bonilla-Silva, E, Are the Americas ‘Sick with Racism’ or is it a Problem at the Poles? A Reply to Christina A. Sue, in Latino Identity in Contemporary America, edited by Bulmer, M; Solomos, J (2012), Rouledge
  6. Bonilla-Silva, E, La verdadera historia de la caza: hacia una sociología con consciencia de raza de la estratificación racial, in Debates sobre ciudadanía y políticas raciales en las Américas Negras., edited by Mosquera, C (2011), Colección CES, serie Idcarán del Centro de Estudios Sociales de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas
  7. Bonilla-Silva, E, ¿Qué es el racismo?, in Debates sobre ciudadanía y políticas raciales en las Américas Negras, edited by Mosquera, C (2011), Colección CES, serie Idcarán del Centro de Estudios Sociales de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas
  8. Bonilla-Silva, E, Exposing Whiteness Because We Are Free: Emancipation Methodological Practice in Identifying and Challenging Racial Practices in Sociology Departments, in Rethinking Race and Ethnicity in Research Methods, edited by Stanfield, J (2011), pp. 95-122, Left Coast Press
  9. Bonilla-Silva, E, Beyond Obama’s Historical Symbolism: The Heavy Weight of Being Black/Brown in a Racist Society: A Conversation with Eduardo Bonilla-Silva., in Rethinking Race, Class, Language, and Gender: A Dialogue with Noam Chomsky and Other Leading Scholars, edited by Orelus, P (2011), pp. 147-160, Rowman and Littlefield
  10. Bonilla-Silva, E, Race Matters In “Post-Racial” Obamerica and How to Climb Out Of the Rabbit Hole”, in Edited by Sandra Barnes, Past President of ABS (2011)
  11. Bonilla-Silva, E; Ray, V, It's real! Racism, color blindness, Obama, and the urgent need for social movement politics, in Studies in Critical Social Sciences, vol. 17 (January, 2010), pp. 47-58, ISBN 9789004179486
  12. Bonilla-Silva, E, The Latin Americanization of US Race Relations: A New Pigmentocracy, in Shades of Difference, edited by Glenn, EN (2009), pp. 40-60, Stanford University Press
  13. Bonilla-Silva, E; Dietrich, DR, The latin americanization of racial stratification in the U.S., in Race in the 21st Century, edited by Ronald Hall (December, 2008), pp. 151-170, Springer, New York [doi]  [abs]
  14. Bonilla-Silva, ; Embrick, DG, Fight the Power! Racism, Revolution, and the Role of Education in the Anti-Racism Movement, in Everyday Antiracism: Concrete Ways to Successfully Navigate the Relevance of Race in School, edited by Pollack, M (2008), pp. 334-336, New Press (From New School)
  15. Bonilla-Silva, E; Dietrich, D, New Racism, in Covert Racism, edited by Coates, R (2008), pp. 56-76, Oxford University Press
  16. Bonilla-Silva, E, Look, A Negro! Reflections on the Human Rights Approach to Racial Justice, in Race, Human Rights & Inequality, edited by Hattery, A; Smith, E; Embrick, DG (2007), Rowman and Littlefield
  17. Bonilla-Silva and K. Glover, `We are all Americans!’ The Latin Americanization of Race Relations in the USA.”, in The Changing Terrain of Race and Ethnicity: Theory, Methods and Public Policy, edited by Russell Sage (2005)
  18. Bonilla-Silva and K. Glover, `We are all Americans!’ The Latin Americanization of Race Relations in the USA.”, in The Changing Terrain of Race and Ethnicity: Theory, Methods and Public Policy, edited by Russell Sage (2005)
  19. Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, “Fight the Power! Racism, Revolution, and the Role of Education in the Anti-Racism Movement”, in Everyday Antiracism: Concrete Ways to Successfully Navigate the Relevance of Race in School, edited by Mica Pollack (2005), New Press (From New School)
  20. Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, “Black, White, and ‘Other’ Latinidades: How Will the Multiple Racial Identities of Latinos Impact America’s Racial Future.” (Tentative) (2005)
  21. Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, “Black, White, and ‘Other’ Latinidades: How Will the Multiple Racial Identities of Latinos Impact America’s Racial Future.” (Tentative) (2005)
  22. ) “Introduction.”, in Critical Pedagogy and Race., edited by In Leonardo, Z. (Ed.). (2005), London: Blackwell.
  23. Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, . “Racism Without Racists: ‘Killing Me Softly’ With Color Blindness.”, in Re-inventing Critical Pedagogy: Widening the Circle of Anti-Oppression Education, edited by Cesar Rossatto, Ricky L. Allen, and Marc Pruyn (2005), Rowman and Littlefield
  24. Bonilla-Silva, ; Embrick, DG, Black, Honorary White, White: The Future of Race in the United States?, in Negotiating the Color Line: Doing Race in the Color-Blind Era and Implications for Racial Justice, edited by Brunsma, D (2005), pp. 33-49, Lynn Rienner
  25. Bonilla-Silva, ; Embrick, DG, The Race Problem in the Critical Pedagogy Community, in Re-inventing Critical Pedagogy: Widening the Circle of Anti-Oppression Education, edited by Rossatto, C; Allen, RL; Pruyn, M (2005), pp. 21-35, Rowman and Littlefield
  26. Bonilla-Silva, E, Introduction—‘Racism’ and 'New Racism’—The Contours of Racial Dynamics in Contemporary America, in Critical Pedagogy and Race, edited by Leonardo, Z (2005), pp. 1-36, Blackwell
  27. Bonilla-Silva, ; Embrick, DG, The (White) Color of Color Blindness in 21st Century Amerika, in Race, Ethnicity, and Education (Volume 4: Colorblind Racism: Racism/Anti-racist Action),, edited by Ross, EW; Pang, VO (2005), pp. 1-26, Praeger
  28. Bonilla-Silva, E; Glover, KS, "We are all americans": The Latin Americanization of race relations in the United States (2004), pp. 149-183, ISBN 0-87154-491-1 [Gateway.cgi]

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