1 Universalism, Relativism and Culture
2 Liberal Rights to Culture: Kymlicka's Theory
3 Liberal Critics of Cultural Rights
4 Nationalists and Cosmopolitans
5 Beyond Liberalism?
7 Value Pluralists
8 Global Cultures
9 A Liberal-Pluralist Approach
George Crowder is professor in the School of Political and International Studies, Flinders University, Adelaide.
"Crowder s book is an excellent overview of the multiculturalliterature: it is well written, fair minded and even tempered, andthoughtful. While this book reviews the multicultural literature,Crowder does not shy away from offering his own measured views ofthe many arguments he appraises. This is a state of the artbook." Jeff Spinner-Halev, University of North Carolina at ChapelHill "Crowder pulls off the difficult task of providing a clear, fairand balanced account of the main approaches to multiculturalismwhile providing a distinctive liberal pluralist view of hisown. A real tour de force that manages to combine accessibility forthe student and originality for the expert." Richard Bellamy, University College London "A magnificent achievement and doubtless will become a key text forsome while to come." Bob Stillwell, University of East Anglia