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Multiculturalism and Minority Rights in the Arab World

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9780199675135

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0199675139
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5/20/2014
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Oxford University Press, USA
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Author Biography


Will Kymlicka, Canada Research Chair in Political Philosophy, Queen's University,Eva Pfostl, Scientific Director, Department of Law, Istituto di Studi Politici S. Pio V, Rome

Will Kymlicka is the Canada Research Chair in Political Philosophy at Queen's University in Kingston, Canada. His work, translated into 34 languages, has focused on how democratic countries address issues of ethnic, racial and religious diversity, with a special focus on the theory and practice of multicultural citizenship. He is the author of seven books published by Oxford University Press, including Multicultural Citizenship (1995), and Multicultural Odysseys: Navigating the New International Politics of Diversity (2007).


Eva Pfostl is Scientific Director in the Department of Law and Economics at the Istituto di Studi Politici S. Pio V, Rome, Contract Professor at the University LUSPIO Rome and LUISS University Rome, and Adviser of the Tibetans in Exile. Her research interest focus on comparative constitutional law with a special focus on minority and group rights in Europe, Asia, and North Africa. She is author of several publications among them La questione tibetana. Autonomia e non indipendenza. Una proposta realistica, Marsilio Editore 2009.

Table of Contents


1. Introduction, Will Kymlicka and Eva Pfostl
PART I: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives
2. Minority Rights and Multiculturalism in the Arab World: A View from History and the Kurdish Periphery, Janet Klein
3. Transformations in the Middle East: The Importance of the Minority Question, Joshua Castellino and Kathleen Cavanaugh
4. Minorities in the Arab World: Faults, Fault-lines and Co-existence, Zaid Eyadat
5. Arab Minorities, Liberalism, and Multiculturalism, Francesca Maria Corrao and Sebastiano Maffettone
PART II: Case Studies
6. Bringing the tribe back in? The Western Sahara dispute, ethno-history, and the imagineering of minority conflicts in the Arab world, Jacob Mundy
7. The Role of the Amazigh Movement in the Processes of Political Reform in Postcolonial Algerian Society, Eva Pfostl
8. The Gulf's Servant Class, Nicholas McGeehan
9. Hobbesian Citizenship: How the Palestinians Became a Minority in Israel, Hassan Jabareen
10. The Federalization of Iraq and the Break-Up of Sudan, Brendan O'Leary
11. How does the Arab World Perceive Multiculturalism and Treat its Minorities? The Assyro-Chaldeans of Iraq as a Case Study, Joseph Yacoub


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