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Insider/outsider : American Jews and multiculturalism
Twelve distinguished historians, political theorists, and literary critics present new perspectives on multiculturalism in this important collection. Central to the essays (all but one is appearingExpand
Theory of the Novel: An Historical Approach
Contents and Contributors: Part One: Genre TheoryNorthrop Frye, from Anatomy of Criticism: Four EssaysE. D. Hirsch, from Validity in InterpretationClaudio Guillen, from Literature as System: EssaysExpand
Glimpsing golus in the Golden land : Jews and multiculturalism in America
L'A. se demande si la notion de multiculturalisme a encore un sens pour les juifs aujourd'hui aux Etats-Unis. La fin de la Guerre Froide a provoque beaucoup d'inquietude chez les juifs une foisExpand
The Jewish Settlements in the West Bank: International Law and Israeli Jurisprudence
MANY WHO CARE ABOUT ISRAEL have learned to stop caring about international law. After all, for forty years, Arab states, members of the Non-Aligned Movement and the former Soviet Union, haveExpand
Prevention Cascade: The United States and the Diffusion of R2P
In 2004, Sudan won a third term on the Human Rights Commission at the very moment its government was carrying out a genocide in Darfur. The juxtaposition exposed the abysmal job the global governanceExpand
IsThere a Global Jewish Politics?
Jewish associations are essentially voluntary and have been since the Enlightenment in the eighteenth century. Their decision-making is neither top-down nor a result of a participatory bottom-upExpand
The Dream of a Culture Without Borders
Chapter 1, “The Dream of a Culture without Borders” argues that the role of human rights literature is to reflect the desire for university civility to a global citizenry. Writers begin to develop aExpand