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Nomadic Identities

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Rhetorical Citizenship And Public Deliberation

Author : Christian Kock
ISBN : 9780271053875
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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"A collection of essays examining citizenship as a discursive phenomenon, in the sense that important civic functions take place in deliberation among citizens and that discourse is not prefatory to real action but in many ways constitutive of civic engagement"--Provided by publisher.

Power Sharing In Deeply Divided Places

Author : Joanne McEvoy
ISBN : 9780812207989
Genre : Political Science
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This volume considers an array of power-sharing systems in divided cities and states, with critical evaluations of their merits and defects as well as explanations of their emergence, maintenance, and failings.

The Politics Of Selfhood

Author : Richard Harvey Brown
ISBN : 0816637547
Genre : Social Science
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Fluid New York

Author : May Joseph
ISBN : 9780822354727
Genre : History
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Fluid New York offers reflections on how New York began to incorporate the city's archipelago ecology into plans for a livable and sustainable future in the decade between September 11 and Hurricane Sandy.

Imperial Identities In The Roman World

Author : Wouter Vanacker
ISBN : 9781317118480
Genre : History
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In recent years, the debate on Romanisation has often been framed in terms of identity. Discussions have concentrated on how the expansion of empire impacted on the constructed or self-ascribed sense of belonging of its inhabitants, and just how the interaction between local identities and Roman ideology and practices may have led to a multicultural empire has been a central research focus. This volume challenges this perspective by drawing attention to the processes of identity formation that contributed to an imperial identity, a sense of belonging to the political, social, cultural and religious structures of the Empire. Instead of concentrating on politics and imperial administration, the volume studies the manifold ways in which people were ritually engaged in producing, consuming, organising, believing and worshipping that fitted the (changing) realities of empire. It focuses on how individuals and groups tried to do things 'the right way', i.e., the Greco-Roman imperial way. Given the deep cultural entrenchment of ritualistic practices, an imperial identity firmly grounded in such practices might well have been instrumental, not just to the long-lasting stability of the Roman imperial order, but also to the persistence of its ideals well into (Christian) Late Antiquity and post-Roman times.

The Postnational Self

Author : Ulf Hedetoft
ISBN : 0816639361
Genre : Political Science
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What happens to a sense of belonging when national and regional governments, religious organizations, community groups, political parties, and corporations become unstable and incoherent, as they have in these nationalist and postnationalist times? From a richly interdisciplinary perspective, the authors examine notions of citizenship and cultural hybridization, migration and other forms of mobility, displacements and ethnic cleansing, and the nature of national belonging in a world turning ever more fluid, aided by transnational flows of capital, information, people, and ideas.

European Others

Author : Fatima El-Tayeb
ISBN : 9781452932927
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Considers the complications of race, religion, sexuality, and gender in Europeanizing from below

Immigration And Integration In Canada In The Twenty First Century

Author : James Frideres
ISBN : 1553392167
Genre : Political Science
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The "two-way street" of successful integration requires commitment from both Canadian society writ large and immigrants themselves. Immigration and Integration in Canada in the Twenty-First Century looks at the social, cultural, economic, and political integration of newcomers and minorities and establishes measures for assessing the success of integration practices.

Global Circuits Of Blackness

Author : Jean Muteba Rahier
ISBN : 9780252077531
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Global Circuits of Blacknessis a sophisticated analysis of the interlocking diasporic connections between Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and the Americas. A diverse and gifted group of scholars delve into the contradictions of diasporic identity by examining at close range the encounters of different forms of blackness converging on the global scene. Various essays document the antagonism between African Americans and Africans regarding heritage tourism in West Africa, discuss the interaction between different forms of blackness in Toronto's Caribana Festival, probe the impact of the Civil Rights movement in America on diasporic communities elsewhere, and assess the anxiety about HIV and AIDS within black communities. Contributors are Marlon M. Bailey, Jung Ran Forte, Reena N. Goldthree, Percy C. Hintzen, Lyndon Phillip, Andrea Queeley, Jean Muteba Rahier, Stéphane Robolin, and Felipe Smith. Jean Muteba Rahier is an associate professor of anthropology and the director of the African and African Diaspora Studies Program at Florida International University. Percy C. Hintzen is a professor of African American Studies and the chair of the Center for African Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Felipe Smith is an associate professor of English at Tulane University.

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