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Jewish Diversity in Israel

Uzi Rebhun

foregoing observations are indicative of structural homogeneity alongside diversity in key individual characteristics by sectors. The traits of members of the various sectors can help us understand the differences among them in religious and social attitudes

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(Mis)arguing Diversity

The Weakness of Diversity as a Civic Argument (and How to Make It Stronger)

Jose Marichal

In this article, I use Boltanski and Thévenot's (2006) work on “logics of justification” to make the case that diversity, defined broadly as engagement with otherness, has limited worth as a “civic argument” in the United States. I argue that “diversity talk” has not been effective in civic spheres because it does not challenge the underlying pluralist architecture of the US political system. Instead, diversity in the civic sphere is regarded as producing conflict or an apolitical “improvement in manners” (Rorty 1999) rather than as a mechanism for citizenship development. This diminishes the ability for diversity to enhance democratic citizenship by fostering the development of a type of civic wisdom necessary for effective decision making in a democratic society.

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The Quest for Gender Parity

Angela Merkel and the Diversification of Electoral Politics in Germany

Joyce Marie Mushaben

respective domains. I conclude with reflections on the extent to which generational change has helped to embed these transformations in the political opportunity structure, “normalizing” diversity and the quest for gender parity across the Berlin Republic

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Gender, Leadership and Representative Democracy

The Differential Impacts of the Global Pandemic

Kim Rubenstein, Trish Bergin, and Pia Rowe

to reflect the diversity of its constituents, it is unlikely that we will ever be able to meet the needs and interests of specific groups and individuals. 1 The lack of equal numbers of women in positions of policy development and public leadership

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Citizen Curators

Cultural Democracy in Action?

Tehmina Goskar

Nightingale 2012 ). These policies acknowledge inequalities in access, inclusion, and diversity, but rarely demand or make room for the institutional change in behavior and attitude that is needed, focusing more on time-limited demonstrations of better

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Enacting inclusivity in the preparation of emerging scholars

A response to programme reform in higher education

Saran Stewart, Chayla Haynes, and Kristin Deal

) influenced the ways we experienced inclusive pedagogy in a manner that shaped and prepared our understanding of social justice, equity-mindedness, and diversity in the academy; and (2) what are our ‘responsibilities related to engaging in education as a

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The three lives of Gerd Baumann

A brief account of the anthropologist and his anthropology (1953–2014)

Damián Omar Martínez

Sadly, Gerd Baumann passed away in January 2014. This paper aims to briefly delineate his personal and intellectual trajectory, from his early years in Germany, throughout his period in Great Britain, to his last years in Amsterdam. It focuses on some of the key events of his life, as well as on some of his key publications. It also introduces the role played by his mentors on his career as a way of situating his figure within a broader genealogical history of social anthropology.

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Using Photovoice to Explore Migrant Women's Sociospatial Engagement in Diverse Local Urban Areas of Santiago, Chile

Carolina Ramírez

aiming to understand the dynamics of coexistence that emerge in a context of diversity-led migration and crisis (such as the crisis prompted by the pandemic). In dialogue with the accounts of 24 migrant interviewees conducted in one of the neighborhoods

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Liberalism's Historical Diversity

A Comparative Conceptual Exploration

José María Rosales

Rooted in late seventeenth-century theories of rights, liberal ideas have brought forth since the nineteenth century a full-edged complex of traditions in moral, political, economic, social, and legal thought. Yet in historiographical debates such complexity is often blurred by presenting it under the uniform terms of a canon. Along with other methods, conceptual history is contributing to the rediscovery of liberalism's diversity. This group of articles compiles three conceptual studies on scarcely explored aspects of the history of liberalism in Denmark, Finland, and Hungary—countries whose political past has only occasionally figured in mainstream accounts of European liberalism. This introductory article is a methodological discussion of the rationale and forms in which liberalism's historical diversity is rendered through comparative conceptual research. After reflecting on the limits of the Anglophone history of political thought to grasp the plurality of liberal traditions, the article examines how transnational conceptual histories recast the understanding of liberalism as a concept, theory, ideology, and political movement.

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Representations of Race and Boyhood in Infant and Toddler Media

Heather Moore Roberson

gender, showcases diversity in “whiteness,” and tokenizes the series’ sole Black boy character. Using scholarship from the areas of children's media, educational studies, and critical race theory, I contend that Cocomelon' s construction of boyhood