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

Books

  1. Racism Without Racists (4th edition out in August 2013) (2013)
  2. with Moon Kie Jung and Joao Vargas, The State of White Supremacy: Racims, Governance, and the USA (February, 2011), Stanford University Press
  3. eduardo bonilla-silva, The 2008 Elections and the Future of Anti-racism in 21st Century Amerika or, Humanity and Society (Summer, 2010)
  4. Racism without Racists (Third edition) (2010)
  5. Tukufu Zuberi and Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, White Logic, White Methods: Race, Epistemology, and the Social Sciences (Summer, 2008), Rowman and Littlefield
  6. William Darity, general editor, and I served as associate editor for Sociology, International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (2007), Macmillan
  7. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Racism Without Racists (Second Edition) (2006), Rowman and Littlefield  [abs]

Papers Accepted

  1. The Invisisble Weight of Whiteness: The Racial Grammar of Everyday Life in America, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 34 no. 12 (2012)
  2. 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 (2012)
  3. Examining, Debating, and Ranting about the Obama Phenomenon: Introduction to Special Section on Obama”, Political Power and Social Theory (2012)
  4. The 2008 Elections and the Future of Anti-racism in 21st Century Amerika or, Humanity and Society (2010)
  5. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, The 2008 Elections and the Future of Anti-racism in 21st Century Amerika or, Humanity and Society (2010)
  6. “Si me permiten hablar: Limitations of the Human Rights Tradition to Address Racial Inequality,”, Societies Without Borders, vol. 4 (2009), pp. 366-382  [abs]
  7. “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 (2009), pp. 1971-1082 (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..)
  8. Linda Burton, Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Victor Ray, Rose Buckelow, and Elizabeth Freeman, The Color of race and Ethnicity in American Families: A Synthesis and Critique, Journal of Marriage and the Family (2009?)  [abs]
  9. When Whites LOVE a Black Leader: Race Matters in Obamerica, Journal of African American Studies (2009?)
  10. (with David Dietrich). “New Racism”, in In Covert Racism, edited by Rodney Coates. New York, NY: Oxford University Press (2008)
  11. Response to Comment on Latin Americanization Thesis, Ethnic and Racial Studies (2009 or 2010?) (2008)  [abs]
  12. with Brent Berry (a former student and a professor at U of Toronto is the first author), “They Should Hire the One with the Best Score: White Sensitivity to Qualification Differences in Affirmative Action Hiring Decisions”, Ethnic and Racial Studies (2008) (2006)
  13. Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, “The Future of American Racial Stratification (tentative title).”, NACLA Reprt for the Americas (2005)
  14. Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo, Carla Goar, and David G. Embrick., “When Whites Flock Together: White Habitus and the Social Psychology of Whites’ Social and Residential Segregation from Blacks.”, Critical Sociology (2005)  [abs]

Journal Articles

  1. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, The 2008 Elections and the Future of Anti-racism in 21st Century Amerika or (Summer, 2010)
  2. eduardo bonilla-silva, The hangover is still not over: Obamerica a Year Later, humanity and society (Summer, 2010)

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. Roy L. Brooks, Racial Justice in the Age of Obama., 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. Lawrence D. Bobo and Mia Tuan, Prejudice in Politics: Group Position, Public Opinion, and the Wisconsin Treaty Rights Dispute, Social Forces (forthcoming) (2006)
  4. “Towards a New Radical Agenda: A Critique of Mainstreamed Sociological Radicalism.”, Contemporary Sociology (2006)  [abs] [author's comments]

Book Chapters

  1. “The End of Racism? Colorblind-Racism and Popular Media in Post-Civil Rights America, in Edited by Sarah Turner (Vermont) (2013)
  2. 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 martin Bulmer and John Solomos (2012), Rouledge
  3. 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)
  4. Beyond Obama’s Historical Symbolism: The Heavy Weight of Being Black/Brown in a Racist Society: A Conversation with Eduardo Bonilla-Silva., in Edited by Peirre Orelus, Rethinking Race, Class, Language, and Gender: A Dialogue with Noam Chomsky and Other Leading Scholars (2011), pp. 147-60, Rowman and Littlefield
  5. 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 John Stanfield (2011), pp. 95-122, Left Coast Press
  6. “¿Qué es el racismo?.”, in Debates sobre ciudadanía y políticas raciales en las Américas Negras, edited by Claudia Mosquera (2011), Colección CES, serie Idcarán del Centro de Estudios Sociales de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas
  7. “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 Claudia Mosquera (2011), Colección CES, serie Idcarán del Centro de Estudios Sociales de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas
  8. (FORTHCOMING) (with Victor Ray) “It’s REAL! Racism, Color-Blindness, Obama, and the Urgent Need for Social Movement.”, in In edited book by David Fasenfest (Wayne State University). (2010)
  9. “The Latin Americanization of US Race Relations: A New Pigmentocracy, in Shades of Difference, edited by Evelyn Nakano Glenn (2009), Stanford University Press
  10. The Latin Americanization of Racial Stratification in the USA, in Race in the 21st Century, edited by Ronald Hall (2008), Springer, New York
  11. (FORTHCOMING) “Reflections about Race by a ‘Negrito Acomplejao.”, in In Afro-Latino Perspectives, edited by Miriam Jímenez (Schomburg Center) and Juan Flores (NYU). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. (2008)
  12. 2009 (FORTHCOMING) (with Victor Ray) “The Sweet Enchantment of Colorblindness in Comtemporary America: Is Racial Inequality Likely to Change in Obamerica?”, in In Combating Racism and Xenophobia: Transatlantic and International Perspectives, edited by Cedric Herring. Urbana-Champagne, IL: University of Illinois Press., edited by Cedric Herring (2008)
  13. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Look, A Negro! Reflections on the Human Rights Approach to Racial Justice, in Race, Human Rights & Inequality, edited by Angela Hattery, Earl Smith, and David G. Embrick (2007), Rowman and Littlefield
  14. 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)
  15. Bonilla-Silva and David Dietricth, Paper on “New Racism”, edited by Rodney Coates (2005), Brill Publishers
  16. 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)
  17. 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)
  18. 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)
  19. 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)
  20. Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, “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 E. Wayne Ross and Valerie Ooka Pang. (2005), New York, NY: Praeger.
  21. ) “Introduction.”, in Critical Pedagogy and Race., edited by In Leonardo, Z. (Ed.). (2005), London: Blackwell.
  22. 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
  23. Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick, . “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 David Brunsma (2005), Lynn Rienner

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