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The Boundaries of Mixedness
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1. Critical Mixed Race in Global Perspective: An Introduction Erica Chito ChildsHierarchies of Mixing: Navigations and Negotiations2. An Unwanted Weed: Children of Cross-region Unions Confront Intergenerational Stigma of Caste, Ethnicity and Religion Reena Kukreja3. Mixed Race Families in South Africa: Naming and Claiming a LocationHeather Dalmage4. Negotiating the (Non)Negotiable: Connecting 'Mixed-Race' Identities to 'Mixed-Race' FamiliesMengxi PangHierarchies of Mixedness: Choices and Challenges5. Linguistic Cultural Capital Among Descendants of Mixed Couples in Catalonia, Spain: Realities and InequalitiesDan Rodriguez-Garcia6. 'There is Nothing Wrong with Being a Mulatto': Structural Discrimination and Racialized Belonging in Denmark Mira Skadegaard7. Exceptionalism with Non-Validation: The Social Inconsistencies of Being Mixed Race in AustraliaStephanie Guy Mixed Matters Through a Wider Lens8. Recognising Selves in Others: Situating Dougla Manoeuverability as Shared Mixed-Race OntologySusan Barratt and Aleah Ranjitsingh9. What's Love Got To Do With It? Emotional Authority and State Regulation of Interracial/National Couples in IrelandRebecca King-O'Riain10. Re-viewing Race and Mixedness: Mixed Race in Asia and the Pacific Zarine Rocha

About the Author

Erica Chito Childs is leading qualitative researcher on issues of race, gender and sexuality, particularly in the areas of multiracialism, families, media and popular culture. She is a popular and engaging speaker and is frequently invited to lecture on multiracial issues in the United States, Australia, Britain and South Africa. Her work is regularly featured in various media outlets.

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