A Hatred That Smiles: Kristeva’s Essay on Abjection and Intimate Racism

I'm becoming more and more convinced after working on anti-racism work, Islamophobia, and inter-religious dialogue that there is an exceedingly personal and intimate dimension to prejudice and racism. If you look at just three popular academic disciplines and their findings on racism, we find that in the neuroscience of prejudice (implicit prejudice exists pre-rationally) or … Continue reading A Hatred That Smiles: Kristeva’s Essay on Abjection and Intimate Racism