Philosophy of Race | Rowman & Littlefield
Philosophy of Race
The Philosophy of Race book series seeks interdisciplinary projects that center upon the concept of race. Race, though not a natural kind, is a social kind that has deep and significant embodied, existential, political, social, and historical implications. The series is a site for philosophers and scholars whose work critically addresses race and the process of racialization. As such, the series is open to examine monographs, edited collections, and revised dissertations that analyze race from multiple perspectives—existential, phenomenological, sociopolitical, feminist, theological, historical—along philosophical lines. The Philosophy of Race book series speaks to the significant scholarship that is being produced related to the concept of race, especially in the field of philosophy.

Editor(s): George Yancy (
Advisory Board: Sybol Anderson, Barbara Applebaum, Alison Bailey, Chike Jeffers, Janine Jones, David Kim, Emily S. Lee, Zeus Leonardo, Falguni A. Sheth, and Grant Silva
Staff editorial contact: Jana Hodges-Kluck (