At a time when the idea of a postracial society has entered public discourse, Tavia Nyong’o investigates the practices that conjoined blackness and whiteness in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. A timely rebuttal to our contemporary fascination with racial hybridity, The Amalgamation Waltz questions the vision of a national future without racial difference or conflict.
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