“AALR’s special issue on mixed race, coming this Fall 2013, is not simply a reexamination of race or a survey of mixed voices, important as both are. We envision our role as that of provocateur–inspiring new conversations and cross-pollinations, pushing into new corners.
All contributions to the issue are collaborative, “mixed” in nature, bringing together folks across racial and ethnic boundaries, across disciplines, genres, regions, and generations. We solicited work from artists and writers, historians and activists, race scholars and filmmakers, teachers and students, among others. The idea is a network of original projects that not only map out multiracialism past and present but also break new ground.
Pre-order your copy of our Mixed Race Issue now:”
This issue includes an article by Steven F. Riley & Glenn C. Robinson:
The Impact of Internet Publishing and Online Communications on Mixed-Race Discourses
See on aalrmag.org