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Found in Multiculturalism

Acceptance or Challenge?

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Edited By Izabela Handzlik and Lukasz Sorokowski

This book aims to assemble a variety of perspectives that have shaped the development of multicultural studies over the last years, and which today attempt at comprising the main contending lines of approach to both teaching and research within this rapidly expanding area of inquiry. Conceived as a panorama of diverse multicultural manifestations, it seeks to respond to the needs of a readership sharing an undivided interest in the labyrinthine nature of multiculturalism. In doing so, it endeavours to make the convoluted debates underlying the foundations of the social sciences and humanities more accessible to the uninitiated and is aimed at both academics specialising in the area and readers eager to broaden their horizons.
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Acknowledgements

This publication would not have been possible without the precious support of many people and institutions they represent. It is our pleasure to express our deepest gratitude to Professor Radosław Markowski, supervising editor of the Warsaw Studies in Politics and Society series, without whose approval, followed by invaluable assistance and guidance, the idea of bringing to life the collective effort of everyone involved in this project would have been impossible. Deepest gratitude is also due to our two reviewers – Professor Anna Śliz (University of Opole) and Professor Steven A. Tuch (The George Washington University), without whose expertise and assistance this project would not have been completed. We have particular debts to our proofreader Colin Phillips, senior lecturer at the Faculty of English Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, and all our dearest friends and colleagues for not hesitating to ever share their thoughts and comments on the issues we have raised in this book. Special thanks are also conveyed to the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw (Szkoła Wyższa Psychologii Społecznej) for providing the financial means so crucial in realizing this project at all its levels (project number WKiF/2013/B/34). ← 7 | 8 →

 

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