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American multiculturalism after 9/11 : transatlantic perspectives

Author: Derek Rubin; J Verheul
Publisher: [Amsterdam] : Amsterdam University Press, ©2009.
Series: American studies (Amsterdam, Netherlands)., New debates in American studies.
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This provocative and rich volume charts the post-9/11 debates and practice of multiculturalism, pinpointing their political and cultural implications in the United States and Europe.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Derek Rubin; J Verheul
ISBN: 9789089641441 9089641440 9789048510757 9048510759
OCLC Number: 466425592
Description: 224 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Derek Rubin and Jaap Verheul --
Multicultural boundary crossings. Multiculturalism and immigration / Paul Lauter ; Native-immigrant boundaries and ethnic and racial inequalities / Richard Alba ; Coherence, difference, and citizenship : a genealogy of multiculturalism / Ed Jonker --
Cultural reflections of the unthinkable. Indecent exposure : picturing the horror of 9/11 / Rob Kroes ; The dead are our redeemers : culture, belief, and United 93 / Phillip E. Wegner ; Real American heroes : attacking multiculturalism through the discourse of heroic sacrifice / Michan Andrew Connor ; America under attack : unity and division after 9/11 / Mathilde Roza ; This Godless democracy : terrorism, multiculturalism, and American self-criticism in John Updike / John-Paul Colgan ; Multiculturalism in American history textbooks before and after 9/11 / Rachel Hutchins-Viroux --
Transatlantic dialogues. A kinder, gentler Europe? Islam, Christianity, and the divergent multiculturalisms of the new West / Patrick Hyder Patterson ; Slavery, memory, and citizenship in transatlantic perspective / Johanna C. Kardux ; Are we all Americans? 9/11 and discourses of multiculturalism in the Netherlands / Jaap Kooijman ; How could this have happened in Holland? American perspectives of Dutch multiculturalism after 9/11 / Jaap Verheul.
Series Title: American studies (Amsterdam, Netherlands)., New debates in American studies.
Other Titles: American multiculturalism after nine eleven
American multiculturalism after September 11
American multiculturalism after September eleven
Responsibility: [edited by] Derek Rubin and Jaap Verheul.
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These lively essays illuminate the ways in which multiculturalist initiatives in the United States and Europe have influenced one another with a variety of productive as well as unproductive effects, Read more...

 
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