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How does one research racial categorizations and the identities and exclusions that accompany those categorizations while remaining sensitive to context? And how does one engage the social reality of racial categorizations and the history of racialized exclusions without falling into the trap of race essentialism? Drawing broadly upon the literature on race and ethnicity, Voyer and Lund argue that American racial reasoning offers a view of the dynamics of social inequality that are otherwisedoi:10.31235/osf.io/knq2w fatcat:du3xda36efdijmwdr5ll3hzisi