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Melissa Nobles (B.A. in History, Brown University; Ph.D. in Political Science, Yale University) is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor Nobles’ teaching and research interests are in the comparative study of racial and ethnic politics and issues of retrospective justice. She is the author of Shades of Citizenship: Race and the Census in Modern Politics (2000), which received the 2001 Outstanding Book Award from the National Conference of Black Political Scientists, as well as honorable mention of the Ralph Bunche Book Award from the American Political Science Association. Nobles has been a Fellow at Boston University’s Institute on Race and Social Division (2000–2001) and Harvard University’s Radcliffe Center for Advanced Study (2003–2004).

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Civil rights -- North America -- History.
Civil rights -- Australia -- History.
Civil rights -- New Zealand -- History.
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- North America.
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- Australia.
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- New Zealand.