Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Minority Rights

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Juli 2010



Focusing on minority rights and recognition, this interdisciplinary collection addresses the position of minorities in democratic societies. Featured topics include the constructed nature of ethnicity, class and the "new racism," different forms of nationalism, self-determination and indigenous politics, the politics of recognition versus the politics of redistribution, and the re-emergence of cosmopolitanism.


1. Ethnicity, nationalism and minority rights charting the disciplinary debates Stephen May, Tariq Modood, and Judith Squires; Part I. Ethnicity and Ethnic Groups: 2. Ethnicities and multiculturalisms: politics of boundaries Jan Nederveen Pieterse; 3. Ethnicity without groups Rogers Brubaker; 4. Ethnicity, class and the 1999 Mauritian riots Thomas Hylland Eriksen; 5. Black nationalism and African American ethnicity: the case of Afrocentrism as civil religion Patricia Hill Collins; Part II. The State and Minority Claims: 6. New nationalisms and collective rights: the case of South Asia T. K. Oommen; 7. Justice and security in the accommodation of minority nationalism Will Kymlicka; 8. Two concepts of self determination Iris Marion Young; Part III. New Directions: 9. Recognition or redistribution: a misguided debate Bhikhu Parekh; 10. Borders, boundaries and the politics of belonging Nira Yuval-Davis; 11. Cosmopolitanism is not enough: reflections after 9/11 Craig Calhoun.


Stephen May is Professor of Education at the Unviersity of Waikato, New Zealand and a Senior Research Fellowin the Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, University of Bristol. Tariq Modood is Professor of Sociology, Politics and Public Policy and the founding Director of the Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship at the University of Bristol. Judith Squires is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics at the University of Bristol

EAN: 9780521842297
ISBN: 0521842298
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2010
Seitenanzahl: 274 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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