altIgCritical Essays on Contemporary European Culture and Society examines the challenges involved in immigration to Europe. Contributions from scholars in the fields of Sociology, Political Science, German Studies, English, Philosophy, Religion, Classics, Education, and Romance Studies shed light on the complex issues raised by efforts to integrate minorities into the fabric of European society. The collection's interdisciplinary focus provides a kaleidoscopic view of current European culture and society: some essays concentrate exclusively on the enduring qualities of Judeo-Christian heritage; others point out that the literary canon has already been revised to reflect the intellectual and literary contributions of minority voices; still others question the very concept and merit of multiculturalism. The diverse essays show that a united Europe is by no means a harmonious Europe.One of his favorite places to visit is the cemetery which allows the text to go even further and conceptualize hybridity of ... which results from lack of authenticity, and he admits: a#39;Today, it was apparent again that my persona was not with me.
|Title||:||Critical Essays on Contemporary European Culture and Society|
|Author||:||Ursula E. Beitter|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang Pub Incorporated - 2003|