Multicultural Textualities

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About the series

Multicultural Textualities is a timely series that explores literary and cultural texts emerging from contexts in which majority/minority power dynamics operate. Scholars are invited to develop interdisciplinary critiques on cultural texts in the light of debates about multiculturalism, cultural pluralism, racial difference, decolonization, secularism, and social conflict. The core aim of this series is to develop new critical insights on the representation of diasporic and minority communities in different locations throughout the world and to redefine how we think about local and global inequalities through an interdisciplinary lens. Through our collective work, we are committed to rethinking the theory and practice of cultural politics in the contemporary world.

Series editors: Amina Yaqin, Peter Morey, Rehana Ahmed, Claire Chambers, Anshuman Mondal and Stephen Morton

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