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Multicultural Governance in a Mobile World

Edited by Anna Triandafyllidou

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How can multicultural governance respond to our increasingly complex migratory world?

Migration-related cultural diversity poses a number of highly pressing challenges for liberal democratic societies. This book explores what forms of migrant accommodation and multicultural citizenship we can envisage in the contemporary context of increased migration, where newcomers are often not given a settlement perspective.

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Contents

Multicultural Governance in a Mobile World: An Introduction
Anna Triandafyllidou

Part I: What Has Changed?

1. The Return of the National in a Mobile World
Anna Triandafyllidou

2. Reimagining the Nation, Migration and Citizenship: The Role of Cultural Institutions and New Institutional Responses
Peggy Levitt

3. Settlers or Movers? The temporality of past migrations, political inaction and its consequences, 1945–1985
Jozefien De Bock

Part II: How Have People Responded?

4. Mobilities Against Prejudice: Social Transnationalism and Attitudes Towards Immigration
Justyna Salamonska

5. Just Visiting? The Weakening of Social Protection in a Mobile World
Keith Banting and Edward Koning

Part III: How Have States Responded?

6. Multiculturalism Without Citizenship?
Will Kymlicka

7. Multiculturalism on the Move: An Australian Perspective
Geoffrey Brahm Levey

8. Multicultural Citizenship and New Migrations
Tariq Modood

Part IV: What Should We Do to Move Forward?

9. The Migration-mobility Nexus: Rethinking Citizenship and Integration as Processes
Matteo Gianni

10. Raising Claims and Dealing With Claims in a ‘Mobile World’ of ‘Superdiversity’. Institutions and Policies of Accommodation Under Pressure
Veit Bader

11. On the Reciprocal Subordination of Multiculturalism and Migration Policies
Sune Lægaard

12. Multiculturalism and Temporary Migrant Workers
Bouke de Vries

13. Democratic Representation in Mobile Societies
Rainer Bauböck.

About the Author

Professor Anna Triandafyllidou directs the Cultural Pluralism Research Area at the Global Governance Programme of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, in Florence, Italy. She is also Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium, and the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies.

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