"This volume... is an essential addition to the library of any scholar who addresses race or ethnicity in their research. The structure of the book, as an edited volume with a broad scope, makes it particularly useful for that researcher who might come across the issue of race or ethnicity in their research and need a brief tutorial on how to address race or ethnicity with a particular methodological approach. Stanfield’s editorial focus on autoethnography provides a unique twist to the complex discussion of race in the color-blind era. After reading the various accounts of how race and ethnicity have factored into these scholar’s work, we are left to wonder how much was lost, and will continue to be lost, in the continuing march to seek an objective truth that exists somehow outside of social interaction."
- Joanna S. Hunter, Symbolic Interaction