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‘Diversity’, understood in terms of culture, ethnicity, and of social stratification, is obviously a topic central to both the social sciences and cultural studies. In this context, Canada increasingly serves as a model to be critically assessed for an understanding of multinational and multicultural Europe. Taking the different debates in Canada and Europe and disciplinary discussions as a starting point, this volume brings together European and Canadian scholars from sociology, cultural studies, political sciences, philosophy, and literary studies to implement a productive dialogue about concepts of diversity and the way in which they ‘travel’ across the Atlantic and across the disciplines.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Anerkennung - Diversität - Europa - Kanada - Multikulturalismus - Political Science
with contributions by Bhikhu Parekh, Pierre Anctil, Ingrid Markus, Suzanne Gallant, Andreas Krebs, Simon Langlois, Katrin Urschel, Julie Spergel, Dirk Hoerder, Larissa Lai, Daniel Drache, Jiri Melich, Robert Sata, Allan Craigie, Christian Lammert, Katja Sarkowsky