Liverpool University Press, 2009, first edition. Huggan, Graham and Law, Ian (eds). Hardback, condition: used very good. Dj, very good, not price clipped, slight shelf wear to upper edges. Black cloth boards, gold lettering, pages clean and bright. Sixth in the Postcolonialism across Disciplines series edited by leading scholars, this book turns the postcolonial critical gaze away from those regions perceived to be most culturally or geographically distant from Europe back onto Europe itself. The book argues that racism is alive and well in Europe and can be a racism of reaction, based on the perceived threat to traditional social and cultural identities or a racism of (false) respect based on mainstream liberals' desire to hold at arms length 'different' cultures they are anxious not to offend.