Polyculturalism and Discourse

by

Write The First Customer Review

This volume gathers together research by ten scholars engaging with multicultural discourse in Australia and Germany. The term 'polyculturalism' rather than 'multiculturalism' is employed deliberately to re-open a space in which the workings of discourse on culturally diverse societies, both as archive or practice, and as intervention, can be considered in greater depth. The inter-cultural perspective and wide range of disciplinary affiliations exhibited by the essays in this volume contribute to this goal: whereas the ...

Polyculturalism and Discourse 2007, Brill/Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands

ISBN-13: 9789042023079

Trade paperback

Select