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“Introduction: Neither Black nor White,” by Angelo N. Ancheta. The Asian American Experience: Race, Rights, and the Asian American Experience, Rutgers University Press, Ithaca, NY, 2006, pp. 1-18. 9780813540078-005 (https://doi.org/10.36019/9780813540078-005)
A. Ancheta (2006). Introduction: There is no such thing as black and white. Race, Rights, and the Asian American Experience is a book about race, rights, and the Asian American experience (pp. 1-18). Rutgers University Press, Ithaca, NY. 9780813540078-005 (https://doi.org/10.36019/9780813540078-005)
“Introduction: Neither Black nor White,” in Race, Rights, and the Asian American Experience, 1-18. Ancheta, Angelo N. Rutgers University Press, Ithaca, NY, 2006. 9780813540078-005 (https://doi.org/10.36019/9780813540078-005)

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The Wisconsin paperback edition of Carl Degler’s 1971 Pulitzer Prize-winning study of comparative slavery in Brazil and the United States is reissued, making it available to all students of American and Latin American history and sociology.

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Scholars had been perplexed by the disparities in slavery and race relations in the two countries before Degler’s pioneering work.
The Wisconsin paperback edition of Carl Degler’s 1971 Pulitzer Prize-winning study of comparative slavery in Brazil and the United States is reissued, making it available to all students of American and Latin American history and sociology.
Scholars were perplexed by the disparities in slavery and race relations in the two countries before Degler’s pioneering work. Brazil never established a strict apartheid structure like the United States, and black Brazilians were able to prosper economically while retaining much of their African culture. Degler rejects Giberto Freyre and Frank Tannenbaum’s theory that Brazilian slavery was more civilized, instead pointing to a mix of demographic, economic, and cultural factors as the true cause of the disparities. “In the early 1970s, when social history studies were just getting started in North America, Carl Degler’s prize-winning contribution was a reflective, controversial comparative history essay. Its thoughtfulness hasn’t waned with the passage of time. It is still relevant today as it was when it was first written. The Brazilian experience with rapid industrialization and its effort to re-establish democratic government suggests that the problems addressed by Degler in the early 1970s are more relevant today than ever.” —Franklin W. Knight, Johns Hopkins University’s Department of History

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Why would a “white” woman give birth to a “black” baby in the United States, but a “black” woman can never give birth to a “white” baby? What distinguishes ethnic “passing” from social mobility? Why is it that in literature, interracial and incestuous relationships are often misunderstood or conflated, making “miscegenation” seem to be incest? In his book Neither Black nor White Yet, Werner Sollors explores these and other issues. Both is a thorough investigation of literary works that have previously been read for the black–white contrast of “either–or” rather than for the interracial domain of “neither, nor, both, and in-between.”
Hulu’s High Fidelity series, whose main characters are artistic, articulate Black women who are passionate about music and confident in their tastes and opinions, is praised by Daphne A. Brooks, author of Liner Notes for the Revolution: The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Sound. Where are the other shows that are similar to it? …

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1 compared the intestinal microbiota (IM) of AIH patients with well-defined disease to healthy controls. They found that enrichment of Streptococcus, Veillonella, Klebsiella, and Lactobacillus in AIH resulted in significantly reduced IM alpha diversity and disparate IM compositional heterogeneity (beta diversity). The study’s greatest accomplishment is that it has described the IM of untreated AIH patients. However, since this study lacked a control group with CLD other than AIH, it was impossible to distinguish between IM changes caused by AIH in particular and chronic liver disease (CLD) in general. We compared the IM of patients with CLD of mixed aetiology to healthy controls in a pilot study to see whether there were any differences between stages of CLD (table 1 and online supplementary data). Patients who had recently taken antibiotics were removed, in contrast to Wei et al’s research. Furthermore, only patients taking proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), which are commonly used by patients with CLD, were included to prevent prejudice from mixed PPI use, as PPIs can affect the IM, especially the abundance of Veillonellaceae and Streptococcaceae. 2 We discovered Veillonella based on investigations of normalised relative reads (n-RR) per IM taxon, as well as IM alpha-diversity and beta-diversity studies. View the Complete Document