Comparative Multiculturalism Research Network

After a great session at ASA 2012, several people talked increasing communication among people studying multiculturalism. I finally get the first step off the ground.

The Comparative Multiculturalisms listserve: A listserve for those studying multicultural projects in a variety of social and national contexts and from the perspective of various actors- policy makers, administrators, pro-multiculturalism and anti-multiculturalism individuals and organizations, minority and majority groups and individuals.

Sign up and spread the word.

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