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Citizenship, Democracy and Ethnocultural Diversity
Newsletter of the Queen's Forum for Philosophy and Public Policy
No. 25, June 2002

1. Contents
2. Introduction
3. Upcoming Conferences
4. Recent Publications
5. Call for Papers
5. Internet Resources
6. Related Research Programs


The Forum for Philosophy and Public Policy at Queen's University is
organizing a multi-year, research project on citizenship, democracy
and minority rights in multiethnic states, under the direction of
Prof. Will Kymlicka. As part of this project, the Forum distributes a
quarterly newsletter updating recent developments in the field, of
which this is the twenty-fifth issue. We hope that it will be of
interest to anyone working in the field, whether in academia, public
service, or various non-governmental organizations.

If you know anyone who would like to be added to the mailing list for
this newsletter, or if you would like copies of the back-issues,
please contact us at cded@post.queensu.ca . Back-issues of the
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A conference on "Challenging Ethno-National Citizenship:
Multiculturalism and Immigration Regimes in Germany and Israel" will
be held from July 1-3, 2002, at Schloss Elmau, near Munich. A group
of international scholars will discuss a broad series of themes
pertaining to majority-minority relations in Germany and Israel. For
information on the conference, contact Daniel Levy, Department of
Sociology, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook NY, 11794-4356; phone:
631-632-4721; fax: 631-632-8203; email: dalevy@ms.cc.sunysb.edu

The Asia-Pacific Public Affairs Forum and the Key Centre for Ethics,
Law and Justice at Griffith University are co-hosting a Globalization
and Citizenship Conference in Kaohsiung, Taiwan from July 17-18,
2002. The first day of the conference will involve the presentation
of papers, and the second will take on the format of a workshop. For
further information, contact; Wayne Hudson, School of Humanities,
Griffith University, Queensland, Australia; tel: 61 7 3875 5438; fax:
61 7 3875 7730; email: w.hudson@mailbox.gu.edu.au

The 3rd Global Conference in the "Diversity within Unity" project
will be held on August 12-16, 2002, at the Anglo-American College in
Prague, Czech Republic on the theme "Cultures of Violence". This
conference, sponsored by "interdisciplinary.net", will seek to shed
light on the prevailing extent of violence in contemporary political
life. For further details, access the conference website at:
http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/du3cv1.htm or send email inquiries
to: Dr. Rob Fisher, email: rf@interdisciplinary.net

A conference will take place from September 26-27, 2002, in Palma de
Malorca, Spain. "Belears 2015: Immigration Challenges for the
Twenty-First Century" will deal with the different challenges posed
by immigration in the 21st century, and explore both the cultural and
political contexts of these challenges. For details, contact; Beñona
Arretxe Irigoyen; tel: (34) 93 319 47 50; fax: (34) 93 319 58 13;
email: barretxe@transit.es .

The Institute for European Studies, affiliated with McGill University
and the University of Montreal, will hold its annual colloquium from
September 27-28, 2002 on "Unity and Diversity: European and Canadian
Debates". This conference will be a venue for international experts
on European Union and Canadian politics to discuss the challenges of
managing diversity and fostering unity and citizenship. The languages
of the colloquium are English and French, and translations will be
provided for all presentations. For details, contact Isabelle Petit,
Institute for European Studies, University of Montreal; email:
isabelle.petit@UMontreal.CA ; tel: (514) 343-7009.

In co-operation with the Norwegian Power and Democracy Project, the
Centre for Sami Studies at the University of Tromso will hold an
international conference on "Indigenous Politics: Aspects of Power
and Democracy" on October 3-5, 2002 at the University of Tromso. The
focus will be on the development of a Saami public and Saami
political system, as well as the broader international processes in
which indigenous peoples are given new possibilities to develop their
own institutions. For further information, contact Else Grete
Broderstad, N-9037 Tromso, +47 77 64 55 35; email:
else.g.broderstad@sami.uit.no A conference webpage can be viewed at:

A conference will be held at McGill University from October 9-11,
2002 on the topic of "Pluralism, Religion and Public Policy". Keynote
participants include Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, David Novak
and William Galston. Details of the conference agenda are available
on the "Pluralism, Religion and Public Policy" website at:
http://www.mcgill.ca/prpp/ For further information, contact Prof.
Douglas Farrow, Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University, 3520
University St., Montreal, Quebec; tel: 514-398-8945; fax:
514-398-6665; email: douglas.farrow@mcgill.ca

A conference called "From Peace Agreement to Democratic Governance:
Post-conflict Institutions in Ethnically Divided Societies" will take
place at the University of Western Ontario, from November 8-10, 2002.
For more information, contact Sid Noel, Co-Director, Nationalism and
Ethnic Conflict Research Group, University of Western Ontario,
London, Ontario, Canada; email: noel@uwo.ca.

The Research Priority Area in Citizenship and Globalization at Deakin
University is organizing an international, interdisciplinary
conference on the topic of "Cultural Citizenship: Challenges of
Globalization". The conference will be held December 5-7, 2002, at
the Burwood (Melbourne) Campus of Deakin University. Details can be
obtained from Prof. Geoffrey Stokes, Faculty of Arts, Deakin
University, 221 Burwood Highway , Burwood VIC 3125, Australia; tel:
61 3 9244 3873; fax: 61 3 9244 6755; email: gmstokes@deakin.edu.au

The Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations (CRER) at the University
of Warwick is organizing an international conference on "Citizenship
and Discrimination in Europe" in Coventry, UK on December 5-8, 2002.
Keynote speakers include Etienne Balibar, Rainer Baubock, Stephen
Castles and Jean Lambert. For more information, check the CRER
website at: http://www.warwick.ac.uk/CRER/

The Research Unit for Institutional Change and European Integration
at the Austrian Academy of Science is planning a workshop entitled
"Transformations of Statehood from a European Perspective" to be held
in Vienna from January 23-25, 2003. The aim of the workshop is to
explore the changing role of states in processes of supranational
integration in the European Union, and to examine the emergence of
new arenas and models of governance. For details about registration
and accommodation, contact the workshop organizers by email at:

An international conference called "Lifelong Citizenship Learning,
Participatory Democracy and Social Change: Local and Global
Perspectives" will be held at the University of Toronto from May
15-17, 2003. The conference is organized by the Transformative
Learning Centre (TLC) of the Ontario Institute for Studies in
Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto, in association with
the Instituto Paulo Freire (IPF), Brazil. Inquiries and proposals
should be sent to conference organizers at tic@oise.utoronto.ca The
deadline for proposals is November 30, 2002.

(all prices in U.S. dollars)

M. Albert, D. Jacobsen & Y. Lapid (eds), Identities, Borders, Orders:
Rethinking International Relations Theory (Minnesota UP, 2001) $63.95

Nadje Al-Ali & Khalid Koser (eds), New Approaches to Migration?
Transnational Communities and the Transformation of Home (Routledge,
2001) $90.00

Abdulullahi A. An-Na'im, Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in
Africa (ZED, 2002) $27.50

Peter R Baehr, Human Rights: Universality in Practice (Palgrave,
2001) $21.95

Florian Bieber & Dzemai Sokolovic (eds), Reconstructing Multiethnic
Societies: The Case of Bosnia-Herzegovina (Ashgate, 2001) $69.95

Barbara Bender & Margot Winer (eds), Contested Landscapes: Movement,
Exile and Place (Berg, 2001) $75.00

Helena Catt & Michael Murphy (eds), Sub-State Nationalism: A
Comparative Analysis of Institutional Design (Routledge, 2002) $90.00

Simone Chambers & Will Kymlicka (eds), Alternative Conceptions of
Civil Society (Princeton UP, 2002) $17.95

Daniel Chirot and Martin Seligman (eds), Ethnopolitical Warfare:
Causes, Consequences, and Possible Solutions (American Psychological
Association, 2001) $49.95

Joan Cocks, Passion and Paradox: Intellectuals Confront the National
Question (Princeton UP, 2002) $16.95

Jean-Mare Coicaud & Veijo Heiskanen (eds), The Legitimacy of
International Organizations (United Nations University Press, 2001)

Alain Dieckhoff & Natividad Gutierrez (eds), Modern Roots: Studies of
National Identity (Ashgate, 2001) $79.95

Tim Edensor, National Identity, Popular Culture and Everyday Life
(Berg 2002) $22.50

Christopher J. Einoif, The Mercy Factor: Refugees and the American
Asylum System (Ivan R. Dee, 2001) $19.95

David Estlund, Democracy (Blackwell 2001) $24.95

Jonathan Friedman (ed), Globalization, the State and Violence
(Altamira, 2002) $75.00

Carol Gould and Pasquale Pasquino (eds), Cultural Identity and the
Nation State (Rowman and Littlefield, 2001) $22.95

Hugh David Graham, Collision Course: The Strange Convergence of
Affirmative Action and Immigration Policy in America (Oxford UP,
2002) $30.00

Molly Greene, Minorities in the Ottoman Empire: A Reconsideration
(Markus Wiener, 2002) $16.95

Ralph Grillo & Jeff Pratt (eds), The Politics of Recognizing
Difference: Multiculturalism Italian-style (Ashgate, 2002) $74.95

Randall Hansen & Patrick Weil (eds), Dual Nationality, Social Rights
and Federal Citizenship in the U.S. and Europe: The Reinvention of
Citizenship (Berghahn Books, 2002) $25.00

Kristen Henrard, Minority Protection in Post-Apartheid South Africa:
Human Rights, Minority Rights and Self-Determination (Praeger, 2002)

Christopher Houston, Islam, Kurds and the Turkish Nation State (Berg,
2001) $23.00

Larry Eugene Jones, Crossing Boundaries: The Exclusion and Inclusion
of Minorities in Germany and the United States (Berghahn, 2001)

Paul Kennedy & Victor Roudometof (eds), Communities across Borders:
New Immigrants and Transnational Cultures (Routledge, 2002) $90.00

Jan-Erik Lane & Svante Ersson, Culture and Politics: A Comparative
Approach (Ashgate, 2002) $89.95

Christopher Lord & Olga Strietska-Ilini (eds), Parallel Cultures:
Majority/minority Relations in the Countries of the Former Soviet
Bloc (Ashgate, 2001) $79.95

Reneo Lukic & Michael Brint (eds), Culture, Politics and Nationalism
in the Age of Globalization (Ashgate, 2001) $64.95

Stephen Macedo and Yael Tamir (eds), Moral and Political Education
NOMOS XLIII (NYU Press, 2001) $55.00

John Mukum Mbaku, Pita Ogaba Agbese & Mwangi S. Kimenyi (eds),
Ethnicity and Governance in the Third World (Ashgate, 2001) $84.95

Henry Milner, Civic Literacy: How Informed Citizens Make Democracy
Work (University Press of New England, 2002) $13.97

Michael Saltman (ed), Land and Territoriality (Berg, 2002) $22.50

Isabelle Schulte-Tenckhoff (ed), Alterite et Droit: Contributions a
l'etude du rapport entre droit et culture (Bruylant, 2002)

Mary C. Segers (ed), Religion and Liberal Democracy: Piety, Politics
and Pluralism (Rowman & Littlefield, 2002) $24.95

Richard A Shweder, Martha Minow & Hazel Rose Markus, Engaging
Cultural Differences: The Multicultural Challenge in Liberal
Democracies (Russell Sage Foundation, 2002) $49.95

Lukas Sosoe (ed), Diversite Humaine: Democratie, Multiculturalisme et
Citoyennete (L'Harmattan, 2002)

E. Ike Udogu (ed), The Issue of Political Ethnicity in Africa
(Ashgate, 2001) $69.95

Patrick Weil, Qu'est qu'un Francais? Histoire de la nationalite
francaise depuis la revolution (Bernard Grasset, 2002)

Aristide Zolberg & Peter Benda (eds), Global Migrants, Global
Refugees: Problems and Solutions (Berghahn Books, 2001) $69.95

Journal Special Issues

The International Development Studies Bulletin (IDS Bulletin) has
published a special issue called "Making Rights Real: Explaining
Citizenship, Participation and Accountability" (Vol. 33/2; April
2002). Papers cover such topics as citizen participation,
accountability, deliberative fora and the right to education. Various
regions are covered, including Africa, South Asia and Latin America.

A special issue of World Affairs (volume 164, issue 3, 2002) contains
a number of articles on "Self-determination in the Pacific". Articles
examine such issues as indigenous rights, national self-determination
and military intervention, as these issues manifest themselves in
East Asian and South Pacific states.

The School Field: International Journal of Theory and Research in
Education has recently published two special issues on social justice
and education (Vol. XII, number 1&2; number 3&4). The guest editors
for these special issues are Morwenna Griffiths and Mitja Sardoc,
Authors include Padraig Hogan, Morwenna Griffiths, Melanie Walker and
Idil Boran, and one issue contains an interview with Harry
Brighthouse. To view abstracts for these special issues, go to:

New Journals

The Institute of Intergovernmental Relations and the Canadian Network
of Federalism Studies at Queen's University have established a new
graduate student journal, which has recently issued its inaugural
call for papers. "Federal Governance: a Journal of Theory and
Politics" is a web-based journal publishing recent work by graduate
students and post-graduates on federalism, multi-level governance and
the numerous topics associated with these themes. To view the recent
call for papers, visit the Federal Governance website at:
http://cnfs.queensu.ca/federalgovernance/. Submisions and inquiries
can be sent by email to: federalgovernance@cnfs.queensu.ca, or by
regular mail to; Federal Governance, C/O Institute of
Intergovernmental Relations, Room 301, School of Policy Studies,
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 3N6; tel: (613)
533-2080; fax: (613) 533-6868

The Journal of Human Rights is a new interdisciplinary arena for
public debates about human rights. The journal "provides the
opportunity for the critical analysis of the human rights community
and of the different visions of human rights and different strategies
within that community." The first issue of JHR was published in March
2002. To obtain an electronic sample copy of Journal of Human Rights,
visit the Taylor & Francis website: www.tandf.co.uk/journals

In Fall 2002 a new journal called "In Focus: the Online Journal of
Comparative, International and Intercultural Education" will publish
its first issue. The journal's objective is to provide a venue for
graduate students working on issues of intercultural and comparative
education. The In Focus website can be viewed at the following
address: http://www.escotet.org/infocus

Other Publications

The Mercator Working Paper Series now contains 8 new essays concerned
with "linguistic rights and legislation". Mercator's mission is to
make available research and new data on Europe's minority languages
and language communities. In these working papers, authors examine
language rights in a number of European jurisdictions. To view these
working papers, go to:


The Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism and the
journal "Nations and Nationalism" have established a Prize to
encourage currently enrolled doctoral students to publish research in
the fields of nationalism and identity. The prize will be awarded for
the best article submitted to Nations and Nationalism, and it will
include a sum of £250. The deadline for submissions is September 30,
2002. Send submissions and enquires to the Managing Editor, Nations
and Nationalism, European Institute, LSE, Houghton St, London, WC2A
2AE; email: nations@lse.ac.uk

Ayaangwaamizin: The International Journal of Indigenous Philosophy
has announced a thematic issue called "Justice from an Indigenous
Perspective". Authors should consult with the guest editor about
topics and possible submission formats. Essays should be received by
September 1, 2002. For this thematic issue only, submissions can be
sent to guest editor Steve Russell, at: 302 Sycamore Hall, Indiana
University, Bloomington IN, 47405; email: swrussel@indiana.edu

A call for papers has been issued by the Canadian Review of Sociology
and Anthropology for a special issue entitled "Negotiating Boundaries
in a Globalizing World". The issue is dedicated to new theoretical
orientations and recent empirical studies attempting to examine the
intersecting boundaries of race, ethnicity, nationality, and
gender/sexualities. Submissions should be sent in four copies to the
special issue co-editors by September 1, 2002. The completed issue is
scheduled to be published in mid-2003. The co-editors are Ann Denis,
Department of Sociology, University of Ottawa, Tabaret Pavilion,
Ottawa Ont., KIN 6N5; email: adenis@uottawa.ca and; Aysan Sever,
Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, 1265 Military Trail,
Scarborough Ont., M1C 1A4; sever@utsc.utoronto.ca


The electronic Minority Rights Information System (MIRIS) is now
available on the internet. MIRIS aims to promote the development of
minority rights standards by providing researchers, public officials,
NGOs and minority representatives with access to legal documents and
information on minority rights regimes around the world. The site is
administered by the Legal Database on Minorities at the European
Academy of Bozen/Bolzano. To access the MIRIS site, go to:

The Global Review of Ethnopolitics is looking for website reviewers
to help collect research tools on ethnopolitics for their new
database of internet resources. Anyone able to help with reviews or
assist in suggesting useful websites should contact the reviews
editor, Chris Gilligan, at email: c.gilligan@ulster.ac.uk For
background information on the Global Review of Ethnopolitics, access
the following website; http://www.ethnopolitics.org/

The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) has launched a useful internet
resource for researchers working on migration and refugee issues. The
tool is called the "Migration Information Source", or "The Source".
In this project the MPI hopes to provide a timely and wide-ranging
source for current migration and immigration data. The site is
intended to be useful for policy makers, journalists, and
researchers. The site is posted at:


A collaborative research project on Globalization and Autonomy
associated with the Institute on Globalization and the Human
Condition at McMaster University invites applications for a one or
two-year postdoctoral fellowship, tenable at McMaster beginning in
September 2002. Applications should be submitted in hard copy by July
1, 2002, to: Jenifer Clark, Administrative Co-ordinator, Institute on
Globalization and the Human Condition, KTH234, McMaster University,
1280 Main St West, Hamilton, Ontario, L8S4M4, Canada. A detailed
research proposal is posted on the following website:

The University of Exeter has created a new MA in Critical Global
Studies. The programme is a creation of members of the Politics,
Sociology and History Departments, and seeks to investigate the forms
of theory and politics emerging from the new "information age"
economy. For further information or to request and application form,
contact; Mary Guy, Graduate School Office, Room 244, Amory Building,
University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter EX44RJ; email:
SHIPSS-GradSchool@exeter.ac.uk The website for this new program is;

A new MSc program on "Comparative Studies of Migration, Ethnic
Relations and Multiculturalism", which is one of the international
Master's courses offered by Utrecht University, will begin in
September 2002. This masters program offers a unique opportunity to
investigate these issues under the supervision of leading experts
from ERCOMER. The WWW page for this new program provides all the
relevant details, including information about application deadlines.
To read about the details, go to:

The European Academy in Bolzono (Italy), in cooperation with a
network of European universities, is offering a new MA program on
"European Integration and Regionalism".  Modules include European
integration, EU law, regionalism and federalism, regional and social
cohesion, and minorities and cultural diversity.  For more
information, contact Marko Kallonen at marko.kallonen@eurac.edu; or
check the website at http://www.eurac.edu/meir


ANNOUNCEMENTS:  If you would like to announce a new research project,
publication, call for papers, or upcoming conference in a future
issue of this newsletter, please contact us at
cded@post.queensu.ca , or you can write to the Forum for
Philosophy and Public Policy, Department of Philosophy, Queen's
University, Watson Hall 313, Kingston Ontario K7L 3N6, Canada. Fax:
Special thanks to Michael Kocsis for research help, and to Lise
Charlebois for help with the distribution of the newsletter.

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