Moving from the Margins
Life Histories on Transforming the Study of Racism
Edited by Margaret L. Andersen and Maxine Baca Zinn


Life Histories on Transforming the Study of Racism: An Introduction
1 Doing Sociology While Black
2 The Praxis of Being Black in America: Grounding the Intellectual Project
3 From Clueless to Critical: My Journey to Understanding the Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender
4 Thinking through Race
5 Killing Me Softly: Race, Racism, and Sociology in My Life
6 "I Change Myself; I Change the World": The Testimonio of a First-Generation Chicana Scholar-Activist
7 A Critical Race Feminist at the Crossroads of Biography and History
8 An Affirmative Action Confession
9 The Sandbox, Sisterhood, and a Sociological Journey
10 From El Valle to Public Sociology: My Personal Intellectual Journey
11 Shifting Boundaries
12 Disrupting Silences: Affect and Embodied Experiences of Systemic Oppression
13 Redefining and Reclaiming Race as a Latina Sociologist
14 Always Observant: The Academic Journey of an Urban Ethnographer
15 An Outsider Within: Reflections on the Intersections of My Life and Work