List of Contributors

21st Century Urban Race Politics: Representing Minorities as Universal Interests

ISBN: 978-1-78190-184-7, eISBN: 978-1-78190-185-4

ISSN: 0195-7449

Publication date: 4 April 2013

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(2013), "List of Contributors", Perry, R.K. (Ed.) 21st Century Urban Race Politics: Representing Minorities as Universal Interests (Research in Race and Ethnic Relations, Vol. 18), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. xiii-xiv. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0195-7449(2013)0000018002

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21st Century Urban Race Politics: Representing Minorities as Universal Interests
Research in Race and Ethnic Relations
Research in Race and Ethnic Relations
Copyright Page
Dedication
Dedication
List of Contributors
Acknowledgments
Foreword
Deracialization Reconsidered: Theorizing Targeted Universalistic Urban Politics
Chapter 1 Political Transformation in Providence: The Election of Mayor Angel Taveras
Chapter 2 Constructing a Moderate Multiracial Coalition in “America’s Most Diverse City”: Kevin Johnson and Coalition Politics in Sacramento
Chapter 3 Beyond Booker: Assessing the Prospects of Black and Latino Mayoral Contenders in Newark, New Jersey
Chapter 4 “Showing his Color”: Mark Mallory’s Racial Distinctiveness as Seen Through Media Representations
Chapter 5 Asian American Politics in Oakland: The Rise of Mayor Jean Quan
Chapter 6 The Mile High Difference: Examining the Impact of Political and Institutional Context on the Electoral Strategies Pursued by Minority Mayors in Denver, and the Impacts of Those Strategies on Minority Communities
Chapter 7 Michael Coleman: The Midwestern Middleman
Chapter 8 Antonio Villaraigosa, Los Angeles, and the Politics of Race
Chapter 9 Balancing Act: Racial Empowerment and the Dual Expectations of Jack Ford in Toledo, Ohio
Chapter 10 ‘The Last Black Mayor of Atlanta?
Chapter 11 The Election of the First African American Female Mayor in Georgia’s First City: The Long Struggle for African American Empowerment in Savannah
Chapter 12 Buffalo, New York: A Discussion of Mayor Brown’s Leadership
Chapter 13 From Fenty to Gray: The Salience of Urban Gentrification, Black Politics, and Substantive Representation in Washington, DC’s 2010 Mayoral Elections
Epilogue: Future Prospects for Targeted Universalism