1.4.3 Diversity in the city. Want to know more?

Course subject(s) 1. Spatial Justice

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BANNERJI, H. (2000). The dark side of the nation: Essays on multiculturalism, nationalism and gender. Canadian Scholarsā€™ Press.

TASAN-KOK, T., et al. (2014). Towards Hyper-Diversified European Cities: A Critical Literature Review, Utrecht: Utrecht University, Faculty of Geosciences.

VERTOVEC, S. (2007). Super-diversity and its implications. Ethnic and racial studies, 30(6), 1024-1054.

ANTHIAS, F. (2013). Moving beyond the Janus face of integration and diversity discourses: Towards an intersectional framing. The Sociological Review, 61(2), 323-343.

BANNERJI, H. (1991). Re: Turning the gaze. Resources for Feminist Research, 20(3/4), 5-11.

BAEKER, G. 2002. “Sharpening the lens: Recent research on cultural policy, cultural diversity, and social cohesion.” Canadian journal of communication 27(2).

ESSED, Ph. (2002). Cloning cultural homogeneity while talking diversity: Old wine in new bottles in Dutch organizations. Transforming Anthropology 11(1), 2-12.

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