Posted on Wednesday 18th April 2012
In their December 2011 article Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood discussed what is distinct about interculturalism as a political idea and what about the suggestion that it is distinct from and a suitable successor to multiculturalism.
The special issue of the Journal of Intercultural Studies includes the original contribution by the authors, as well as four responses and a rejoinder, as following:
Pnina Werbner: Multiculturalism from Above and Below: Analysing a Political Discourse
Will Kymlicka: Comment on Meer and Modood
Geoffrey Brahm Levey: Interculturalism vs. Multiculturalism: A Distinction without a Difference?
Michel Wieviorka: Multiculturalism: A Concept to be Redefined and Certainly Not Replaced by the Extremely Vague Term of Interculturalism
Tariq Modood & Nasar Meer: Rejoinder: Assessing the Divergences on our Readings of Interculturalism and Multiculturalism.
For the full debate, click here.