Identity Complex—a new book by Michael Hames-García

Identity Complex: Making the Case for Multiplicity
by Michael Hames-García
University of Minnesota Press
(August 2011)
304 pages

Michael Hames-García is a professor, UO Department of Ethnic Studies, and a CLLAS advisory board member.

Publisher’s Synopsis

Identity Complex is a brilliantly argued, much needed intervention that redefines the terms and changes the stakes of the contemporary debate over identity politics. Michael Hames-García’s transformative understanding of identity formations establishes his standing as the foremost scholar in the field.” — Donald Pease, Dartmouth College

Thursday, September 15th, 2011 Advisory Board, Books



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