Found in Multiculturalism (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
262
Utgivningsdatum
2014-08-15
Upplaga
New ed
Förlag
Peter Lang AG
Medarbetare
Handzlik, Izabela (ed.), Sorokowski, Lukasz (ed.)
Vikt
430 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISSN
2193-3774
ISBN
9783631648476
Found in Multiculturalism (inbunden)

Found in Multiculturalism

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This book aims to assemble a variety of perspectives that have shaped the development of multicultural studies over the last years, and which today attempt at comprising the main contending lines of approach to both teaching and research within this rapidly expanding area of inquiry. Conceived as a panorama of diverse multicultural manifestations, it seeks to respond to the needs of a readership sharing an undivided interest in the labyrinthine nature of multiculturalism. In doing so, it endeavours to make the convoluted debates underlying the foundations of the social sciences and humanities more accessible to the uninitiated and is aimed at both academics specialising in the area and readers eager to broaden their horizons.
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Izabela Handzlik lectures at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw. Her main research interests revolve around multiculturalism and Muslim communities in both the United States and Europe. Lukasz Sorokowski lectures at Kozminski University in Warsaw. His research efforts are focused on the post-devolution reality of the UK: primarily Scottish identity politics as part of Scotland's growing independence aspirations in the twentieth century.

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Contents: Michal Dabrowski: The language of the social world at a border crossing - Antoni Gorny: Thank you for talking to me, Africa: Multiculturalism and black urban America - Izabela Handzlik: Muslim communities in the United States: A multicultural puzzle - Anja van Heelsum: Moroccan associations in the Netherlands: how organization leaders deal with the stigmatisation of the Moroccan community - Zuzanna Jakubowska: The Spanish expedition to Easter Island, 1770: Original documents and their rendition by Bolton Glanvill Corney - Anna Jawor: Is a rainbow society possible? Sociological challenges in the age of postmodern multiculturalism - Dolores Morondo Taramundi: Is multiculturalism bad for women, still? Persisting dilemmas in cultural and religious accommodation in Europe - Emma Oki: On being Asian: East-Asian Americans and Canadians in selected North American multicultural graphic novels - Natalia Pastewska-Sorokowska: African rhythm, Cuban soul: The musical heritage of slavery in Cuba - Eduardo J. Ruiz-Vieytez: Definitional trends in the legal management of national and religious minorities (diversity) - Lukasz Sorokowski: Between nationhood and statehood, unionism and nationalism: Scotland's identity politics in the devolution discourse since the 1950s - Aleksandra Wycisk: Controversies over Polish city marketing strategies.