James M. Thomas
| November 20, 2014
| Fall 2014
Sociologist James M. Thomas examines how public and scientific accounts of racism draw upon medical and psychological models, and how this contributes to our understandings of racism as a medical, rather than social, problem.
James M. Thomas is in the sociology and anthropology department at the University of Mississippi. He studies historical formations and contemporary articulations of race, racism, and difference.