The volume is intended to constitute a cosmopolitan project in itself, comprising contributions from scholars with very diverse approaches. Together, these contributions provide a stimulating analysis of what cosmopolitanism can offer to socially and politically diverse twenty-first-century societies.
The editor wishes to thank the series editors Dr Tracey Skillington and Dr Patrick O’Mahony and Christabel Scaife; working with them proved to be a sheer pleasure. Holly Catling was an invaluable help. Dr Anna Mavroleon kindly helped with significant academic issues. The Center for Hellenic Studies of Harvard University in Greece supported many stages of the research in multifarious ways. An anonymous reader merits special thanks. Anastasia Marinopoulou
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