Race and Citizenship

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Wolfe, Patrick (2004) Race and Citizenship. OAH Magazine of History, 18 (5). pp. 66-71. ISSN 0882-228X


Reports that the interchange between race and citizenship is particularly apparent in societies, such as the United States, Australia. and Brazil. which originated as settler colonies and continued to rely on large-scale immigration for their expansion and development. Colonial settlers' replacement of indigenous social institutions with their own, which they had brought with them from Europe; Settlers' efforts to distinguish themselves ethnically physically, and culturally from the natives; Classification of waves of immigrants; Enslavement of Africans in United States and Brazil.

Item type Article
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/1900
Keywords ethnology, citizenship, colonies, indigenous peoles, social institutions, emigration and immigration, africans, slavery
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