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Category: Multiculturalism

America is a nation of many races, genders, creeds, and lifestyles. Why don’t we act like it?

Reading: “Multicultural Hybridity,” Part Three

*You ought to read Reading: “Multicultural Hybridity,” Part One and Part Two first Chapter Four of Multicultural Hybridity by Laurie Grobman deals with the politics of multiculturalism and her concept of “hybridity” when they are employed in the classroom. I was glad to read her assertion that attempting to avoid politics in the classroom or in classroom readings is basically impossible, and that conservative theorists (like the New Critics) who attempt to focus only on traditional concepts of aesthetics while trying to distance the political contexts of meaning-making are oversimplifying, and… Read more Reading: “Multicultural Hybridity,” Part Three