Multiculturalism (tagged articles)
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Linguistic Essentialism and Indigenous Authenticity: The Role of Indigenous Languages in Defining Indigeneity
Ella Agoos - Since the European invasion of Latin America in the sixteenth century, the concept of indigeneity has been inherently political. In what can only be described as an ongoing ethnocide, colonial powers did everything they could to stomp out the rich diversity of indigenous... Keep Reading »
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Depoliticizing and Deconstructing Human Rights: Changing the Lens Through Which We View Universal Human Rights
Uday V. Garg - This paper is an attempt to navigate through existing theories of universalisation of human rights and existing justifications thereof. It is premised on several cultural and political notions that it takes as starting points, not as truisms, but through ideological... Keep Reading »
Matthew B. Wilks - The place of multiculturalism in a liberal democracy continues to be a contentious question and one with which the liberal democratic state must constantly grapple. Two differing conceptions of the way the state should conceive of multicultural toleration can be seen... Keep Reading »
Laura Muchowiecka - Within a short span of time, immigration has become one of the major issues in the field of European politics and social discourse questioning the status quo of such conceptions as citizenship, nationhood and community cohesion. Migration within the borders of the... Keep Reading »
Sawyer A. Theriault - Jazz is not a solitary art. Its form does not only reveal itself in the music. Jazz finds manifestation in many other forms of expression, including the powerful narratives encompassing jazz literature. In all of its modes, jazz narrates a people’s emotional... Keep Reading »
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