Race, Inequality, and Health

Edited by Samuel K. Roberts, Columbia University and Michael Yudell, Drexel University

 

The Race, Inequality, and Health series explores how race has become a basis for discrimination and inequality, as well as a foundation for reactionary or affirmative group politics. The goal of this series is to offer an intellectual space for leading scholars—combining work in history, the social sciences, the biological sciences, and public health—that will deepen our understanding of how ideological and scientific claims about race and race difference have impacted health and society both historically and in the present day.

For more information, visit the series webpage.
Columbia University Press