Browse by Subject "Cosmopolitanism"
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(2014-09-16)ABSTRACT This dissertation examines the shifting subjectivities of contemporary South Korean professors, the most prominent, symbolic group of South Korean intellectuals, focusing on the experiences of “geese-dad” professors ...
(2016-04-18)This dissertation argues that John Eglinton, James Joyce, Elizabeth Bowen, W.B. Yeats, and Samuel Beckett depict machines in texts in order to interrogate the status of Ireland's modernity. Are trains, dynamos (power ...
United in diversity? A discourse analysis on the selective representation of the Islamic past in Spanish and Portuguese tourism (2012-05-22)A famous EU slogan claims that the supra-nation is “united in diversity,” but there exists a tension between this idea of an inclusive, diverse, cosmopolitan European identity and the lack of representation that Europe’s ...