Table of Contents Table of Contents
Previous Page  293 / 138 Next Page
Show Menu
Previous Page 293 / 138 Next Page
Page Background

Engaging Politically from the Margin 293


Appiah, K. A. (1997). Cosmopolitan patriots.

Critical Inquiry

, 23,

3: 617-639.

Appiah, K. A. (2005).

The ethics of identity

. Princeton, NJ:

Princeton University Press.

Berman, J. (2001).

Modernist fiction, cosmopolitanism, and the

politics of community

. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge

University Press.

Chambers, C. (2011).

British Muslim fictions: Interviews with

contemporary writers

. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cohen, M. (1992). Rooted cosmopolitanism.



39, 4:


Dalrymple, W. (2013, October 25). Before Malala.

New York


. Retrieved from

Delanty, G. (2006). The cosmopolitan imagination: Critical

cosmopolitanism and social theory.

British Journal of


, 57, 1: 25-47.

Dharwadker, V. (2011). Diaspora and cosmopolitanism. In M.

Rovisco & M. Nowicka


The Ashgate research

companion to cosmopolitanism

(pp. 125-146). Burlington,

VT: Ashgate.

Duffy, M. (n.d.). “There’s more past than present here.”



. Retrieved from there%E2%80%99s-more-past-than-present-he

Holmes, R. (2013, April 1). Fifty shades of feminism.



Retrieved from of-feminism/

Kanwal, A. (2015). After 9/11: Islamphobia in Kamila Shamsie’s

Broken verses


burnt shadows

. In C. Chambers & C.

Herbert (Eds.),

Imagining Muslims in South Asia and the

diaspora: Secularism, religion, representations

(pp. 185-197).

New York: Routledge.

Kaur, R. (2014). Review of

A god in every stone

by Kamila