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978-1-4985-1172-8 • Hardback • March 2017 • $111.00 • (£85.00)
978-1-4985-1173-5 • eBook • March 2017 • $99.50 • (£77.00)
David Edward Tabachnickis professor of political science at Nipissing University.
Leah Bradshaw is professor of political science at Brock University.
Chapter 1 Aristotelian Citizenship for a Multicultural World
Chapter 2 Challenges to a Deliberative Model of Citizenship
Chapter 3 Secularism as a Common Good
Chapter 4 Citizenship against the Nation
Chapter 5 Multicultural Taxpayers and Canadian Citizenship: Between the End of History and the Class of Civilizations
Chapter 6 Majoritarian Interculturalism and Multicultural Nationalism
Chapter 7 Multiculturalism and National Identity in Canada and the United States after September 11th, 2001
Chapter 8 Civic Virtue and Cultural Pluralism from the Standpoint of The Other: Debating Multiculturalism in the Age of Security and Surveillance
Chapter 9 The European Union as a Transnational Republic? Consociational, Multicultural, and Post-Territorial Dimensions
Chapter 10 Striking a Balance? The Battle for Euskara in a Diversifying Basque Country