Repatriating race: exorcising ethno-exclusion

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Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew. 2009. "Repatriating race: exorcising ethno-exclusion." International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. 4 (7), pp. 223-233.
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Repatriating race: exorcising ethno-exclusion

ERA Journal ID36263
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsAustin, Jon (Author) and Hickey, Andrew (Author)
Journal TitleInternational Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
Journal Citation4 (7), pp. 223-233
Number of Pages11
Year2009
Place of PublicationChampaign, IL. United States
ISSN1833-1882
Web Address (URL)http://www.SocialSciences-Journal.com
Abstract

Race is widely acknowledged as one of humankind's most pernicious and enduring myths, and its contemporary ideological doppelganger – ethnicity – presents as arguably the single most divisive, oppressive and dangerous axis of identity at work in the world today. Attempts to develop more racially/ethnically harmonious communities have typically looked to education programs, usually conducted through the formal mechanisms of schooling, as a primary vehicle for the development of greater understanding and 'naturalizing' of difference. Focusing almost exclusively on the effects of racism and marginalization on the typically located victims of such oppression, these programs have largely ignored the importance of turning the focus of attention on to those positioned as beneficiaries of racism. That such programs have been largely unsuccessful in any broad societal sense has led to the exploration of alternative approaches to developing racial and ethnic awareness. This paper derives from a long-term project that has been anchored by two key political imperatives: making whiteness visible and effecting conscientization through autoethnographic work. Research on this project with pre-service teachers, most of it funded over several years, and more recently with middle (secondary) school students has provided valuable insights into more effective possibilities for the development of
anti-racist pedagogies and for the decentring of the WWW (White Western Ways) that the authors see as crucial to a genuine move towards ethnic harmony. The first part of this paper exposes and justifies the ideological and procedural underpinnings of the program design and operation, and the second section reports on the outcomes to date. The authors conclude with a set of implications and possibilities
for further, future activity.

Keywordsrace; racism; anti-racist education; ethnicity; white racial identity; autoethnography; conscientization; whiteness; white ethnicity
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390401. Comparative and cross-cultural education
500318. Philosophy of specific cultures (incl. comparative philosophy)
441013. Sociology of migration, ethnicity and multiculturalism
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Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew. 2008. "Signing the school in neoliberal times: the public pedagogy of being pedagogically public." The International Journal of Learning. 15 (1), pp. 193-202.
Research and social justice: lessons from a collaborative study
Mayer, Diane and Austin, Jon. 1998. "Research and social justice: lessons from a collaborative study." Jeffery, Peter L. (ed.) Australian Association for Research in Education Conference 1997 (AARE 1997). Brisbane, Australia 30 Nov - 04 Dec 1997 Brisbane, Australia.
Autoethnography and teacher development
Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew. 2007. "Autoethnography and teacher development." International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. 2 (2), pp. 369-378.
Writing race: making meaning of white racial identity in initial teacher education
Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew. 2007. "Writing race: making meaning of white racial identity in initial teacher education." International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning. 3 (1), pp. 82-91.
Pedagogies of self: conscientising the personal to the social
Hickey, Andrew and Austin, Jon. 2007. "Pedagogies of self: conscientising the personal to the social." International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning. 3 (1), pp. 21-29.
Standing up to racism: the 'Nigger Brown stand'
Hickey, Andrew, Austin, Jon and Hagan, Stephen. 2007. "Standing up to racism: the 'Nigger Brown stand'." Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew (ed.) Education for healthy communities: possibilities through SOSE and HPE. Sydney, Australia. Pearson Education Australia. pp. 245-254
Engaging community resource issues: the Toowoomba water futures debate
Hickey, Andrew and Austin, Jon. 2007. "Engaging community resource issues: the Toowoomba water futures debate." Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew (ed.) Education for healthy communities: possibilities through SOSE and HPE. Sydney, Australia. Pearson Education Australia. pp. 230-244
Education for healthy communities: an introduction
Hickey, Andrew and Austin, Jon. 2007. "Education for healthy communities: an introduction." Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew (ed.) Education for healthy communities: possibilities through SOSE and HPE. Sydney, Australia. Pearson Education Australia. pp. 1-6
What is community?
Hickey, Andrew. 2007. "What is community?" Austin, Jon and Hickey, Andrew (ed.) Education for healthy communities: possibilities through SOSE and HPE. Sydney, Australia. Pearson Education Australia. pp. 25-50
(Re)presenting education: students, teachers, schools and the public imagination
Hickey, Andrew and Austin, Jon. 2006. (Re)presenting education: students, teachers, schools and the public imagination. Sydney, Australia. Pearson Education Australia.
Street smarts/smart streets: public pedagogies and the streetscape
Hickey, Andrew. 2006. "Street smarts/smart streets: public pedagogies and the streetscape." M/C Journal. 9 (3).
Applying deconstruction: establishing a critical viewpoint
Hickey, Andrew. 2005. "Applying deconstruction: establishing a critical viewpoint." Austin, Jon (ed.) Culture and identity. Frenchs Forest, Australia. Pearson Education Australia. pp. 31-45