Colored White: Transcending the Racial Past

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Acknowledgements

I have benefited greatly from criticism of the ideas expressed in these pages. Invited lectures provided one venue for such criticism. In that connection I wish to thank the Kyoto American Studies Seminar, the Race, Gender, and Class Association, the Labor History Group at the University of Pittsburgh, the Thomas Merton Center, the Havens Center at the University of Wisconsin, the Black Student Union at the University of Binghamton, the Kaplan Distinguished Lecture Series at the University of Pennsylvania, the Atlanta Seminar in the Comparative History of Labor, Industry, and Technology, the Bluegrass Symposium at the University of Kentucky, the University of Iowa Legal History Seminar, the Race Matters Conference at Princeton University, the Ethnic Studies Lecture Series at the University of California at San Diego, the Commonwealth Fund at the University of London, the Newberry Library, the Center for the History of Freedom (Washington University), the Teach-In with the Labor Movement (Columbia University), the Black History Month Lecture Series at Spelman College, the Lefler Lecture Series at Carleton College, the Sidore Lecture Series at the University of New Hampshire, the Committee on Social Theory Lecture Series at University of Kentucky, the Hewlett Lecture Series at Linfield College, the University of California Conference on Whiteness (Berkeley), the “Then What Is White?” Conference at the University of California at Riverside, Dartmouth College's Narrative: An International Conference, the Northern Kentucky University Office of Affirmative Action and Multicultural Affairs, the Theorizing Whiteness Symposium

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