Theorizing multiculturalism : a guide to the current debate

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Theorizing multiculturalism : a guide to the current debate

edited by Cynthia Willett

Blackwell, 1998

  • : [hbk]
  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references and index

内容説明・目次

巻冊次

: [hbk] ISBN 9780631203414

内容説明

This wide-ranging anthology of classic and newly-commissioned essays brings together the major theories of multiculturalism from a multiplicity of philosophical perspectives. Although the postmodern critique of "grand theory" prepared the way for multiculturalism, this same critique has also threatened to leave current research on race, gender, sex, ethnicity, and class without unity or direction. By challenging the impasses of the postmodern critique, this collection serves to explore the very possibility of a grounding work in multiculturalism and diversity without resorting to the foundationalism of traditional philosophy.

目次

  • Part 1 Post-Hegelian dialectics of recognition and communication: from redistribution to recognition? - dilemmas of justice in a "post-socialist age", Nancy Fraser
  • unruly categories - a critique of Nancy Fraser, Iris Young
  • a rejoinder to Iris Young, Nancy Fraser
  • recognition, value and equality - a critique of Charles Taylor and Nancy Fraser's account of multiculturalism, Lawrence Blum
  • ludic, corporate and imperial multiculturalism, Martin Matustik. Part 2 Postcolonialism and ethnicity: Fanon and the subject of experience, Ronald Judy
  • white studies - the intellectual imperialism of US higher education, Ward Churchill. Part 3 Post-Marxism and issues of class: multiculturalism - consumerist or transformational?, Bill Martin
  • post-Marxist political economy and the culture of the Left, Don Hughes. Part 4 Continental and analytical feminism: identity, difference and abjection, Kelly Oliver
  • psychological explanations of oppression, Ann Cudd. Part 5 Corporeal logic and sexuate being: interview with Drucilla Cornell by Penny Florence, Drucilla Cornell
  • morphing the body - Irigaray and Butler on sexual difference, Tamsin Lorraine. Part 6 Critical race theory: alienation and the African-American experience, Howard McGary
  • stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis blues again, Robert Bernasconi. Part 7 Liberalism: moral deference, Laurence Thomas
  • multiculturalism, citizenship, education and American liberal democracy, Lucius Outlaw Jr. Part 8 Pragmatism: ceremony and rationality in the Haudenosaunee tradition, Scott Pratt
  • educational multiculturalism, critical pluralism and deep democracy, Judith Green
  • universal human liberation - community and multiculturalism, Leonard Harris.
巻冊次

: pbk ISBN 9780631203421

内容説明

This wide-ranging anthology of classic and newly-commissioned essays brings together the major theories of multiculturalism from a multiplicity of philosophical perspectives. Although the postmodern critique of 'grand theory' prepared the way for multiculturalism, this same critique has also threatened to leave current research on race, gender, sex, ethnicity, and class without unity or direction. By challenging the impasses of the postmodern critique, this collection serves to explore the very possibility of a grounding work in multiculturalism and diversity without resorting to the foundationalism of traditional philosophy. Essays span the major positions, including Post-Hegelian Theories of Recognition, Post-Marxism, Postcolonialism and Ethnicity, Liberalism, Analytic and Continental Feminism, Pragmatism, Critical Race Theory, and Theories of Corporeality and Sexuality.It's contributors include: Nancy Fraser, Iris Marion Young, Lawrence Blum, Howard McGary, Robert Bernasconi, Lucius Outlaw, and Leonard Harris, among others. "Theorizing Multiculturalism" is ideal for students and researchers in social and political philosophy, social theory, cultural studies, American studies, ethnic studies, gender studies, and political theory.

目次

List of Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction I Post-Hegelian Dialectics of Recognition and Communication From Redistribution to Recogntion? Dilemmas of Justice in a "Post-Socialist" Age (Nancy Fraser) Unruly Categories: A Critique of Nancy Fraser's Dual Systems Theory (Iris Marion Young) A Rejoinder to Iris Young (Nancy Fraser) Recognition, Value, and Equality: A Critique of Charles Taylor's and Nancy Fraser's Accounts of Multiculturalism (Lawrence Blum) Ludic, Corporate, and Imperial Multiculturalism of the New World Order (Martin J. Beck Matustik) II Post-Marxism and Issues of Class Multiculturalism: Consumerist or Transformational? (Bill Martin) Post-Marxist Political Economy and the Culture of the Left (Donald C. Hodges) III Continental and Analytical Feminism Identity, Difference, and Abjection (Kelly Oliver) Psychological Explanations of Oppression (Ann E. Cudd) IV Corporeal Logic and Sexuate Being Toward the Domain of Freedom: Interview with Drucilla Cornell by Penny Florence (Drucilla Cornell) Morphing the Body: Irigaray and Butler on Sexual Difference (Tamsin Lorraine) V Critical Race Theory Alienation and the African-American Experience (Howard McGary) "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again": Interculturalism and Conversation of Races (Robert Bernasconi) VI Postcolonialism and Ethnicity Fanon and the Subject of Experience (Ronald A. T. Judy) White Studies: The Intellectual Imperialism of US Higher Education (Ward Churchill) VII Liberalism Moral Deference (Laurence M. Thomas) "Multiculturalism," Citizenship, Education, and American Liberal Democracy (Lucius Outlaw, Jr.) VIII Pragmatism Ceremony and Rationality in the Haudenosaunee Tradition (Scott L. Pratt) Educational Multiculturalism, Critical Pluralism, and Deep Democracy (Judith M. Green) Universal Human Liberation: Community and Multiculturalism (Leonard Harris) Index

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