Ow convincing do you find Stuart Hallas approach to a?racea?

NB
BS refers to Back & solomos in the text below for clarity.

Key reading
Law chapter 1 a?Historical groundings: the global formation of racisma
Garner chapter 1 a?The Idea of a?Racea and the Practice of Racismsa
Back & Solomos a?Introductiona
Hall a?Old and new identities, old and new ethnicitiesa chapter 13
Watch Stuart Hallas lecture /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race
Additional readings:
Augstein, H.F., ed (1996) Race: The Origins of An Idea, 1760-1850, edn. Bristol: Theommes Press.
Back, L. and Solomos, J., eds (2000) Theories of Race and Racism: A Reader, edn. London: Routledge.
Banton, M. (1998) Racial Theories (2nd Edition), edn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Frederickson, G. (2002) Racism: A Short History, edn. Oxford: Princeton University Press.
Garner, S. (2010) Racisms: An Introduction, edn. London: Sage.
Goldberg, D.T. (1993) A Racist Culture: Philosophy and the Politics of Meaning, edn. Oxford: Blackwell.
Hannaford, I. (1996) Race: The History of An Idea in the West, edn. London: The John Hopkins University Press.
Knowles, C. (2003) Race and Social Analysis, edn. London: Sage.
Malik, K. (1996) The Meaning of Race: Race, History and Culture in Western Society, edn. London: Macmillan.
Omi, M. and Winant, H. (1994) Racial Formation in the United States: From the 1960s to the 1990s, edn. London: Routledge.
Rex, J. and Mason, D., eds (1986) Theories of Race and Ethnic Relations, edn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Smaje, C. (1997) Not just a social construct: Theorising race and ethnicity. Sociology 31, 307-327.
Smaje, C. (2000) Natural Hierarchies: The Historical Sociology of Race and Caste, edn. Oxford: Blackwell.

Essay checklist:
Before you hand in your essay, ask yourself these questions:
a? What is my argument?
a? Have I answered the question in the essay title, and is every paragraph relevant to the topic?
a? Have I used at least five pieces of reading in the essay?
a? Is there at least one reference to reading in every paragraph (apart from the introduction and conclusion)?
a? Have I included a bibliography in the Harvard style?
Are all of the references in the essay included in the bibliography

Referencing Requirements:
Back, L. and Solomos, J., eds (2009) Theories of Race and Racism: A
Reader, 2nd edn. London: Routledge.

Garner, S. (2010) Racisms: An Introduction, edn. London: Sage.

Law, I. (2010) Racism and Ethnicity: Global Debates, Dilemmas, Directions, edn. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.

NB
BS refers to Back & solomos in the text below for clarity.

Key reading
Law chapter 1 a?Historical groundings: the global formation of racisma
Garner chapter 1 a?The Idea of a?Racea and the Practice of Racismsa
Back & Solomos a?Introductiona
Hall a?Old and new identities, old and new ethnicitiesa chapter 13
Watch Stuart Hallas lecture /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race
Additional readings:
Augstein, H.F., ed (1996) Race: The Origins of An Idea, 1760-1850, edn. Bristol: Theommes Press.
Back, L. and Solomos, J., eds (2000) Theories of Race and Racism: A Reader, edn. London: Routledge.
Banton, M. (1998) Racial Theories (2nd Edition), edn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Frederickson, G. (2002) Racism: A Short History, edn. Oxford: Princeton University Press.
Garner, S. (2010) Racisms: An Introduction, edn. London: Sage.
Goldberg, D.T. (1993) A Racist Culture: Philosophy and the Politics of Meaning, edn. Oxford: Blackwell.
Hannaford, I. (1996) Race: The History of An Idea in the West, edn. London: The John Hopkins University Press.
Knowles, C. (2003) Race and Social Analysis, edn. London: Sage.
Malik, K. (1996) The Meaning of Race: Race, History and Culture in Western Society, edn. London: Macmillan.
Omi, M. and Winant, H. (1994) Racial Formation in the United States: From the 1960s to the 1990s, edn. London: Routledge.
Rex, J. and Mason, D., eds (1986) Theories of Race and Ethnic Relations, edn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Smaje, C. (1997) Not just a social construct: Theorising race and ethnicity. Sociology 31, 307-327.
Smaje, C. (2000) Natural Hierarchies: The Historical Sociology of Race and Caste, edn. Oxford: Blackwell.