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 ...
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 ...