Democracy and the Foreigner

ISBN-10: 0691114765

ISBN-13: 9780691114767

Edition: 2003

Authors: Bonnie Honig
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Description: Should we try to make foreigners more like us or keep them at bay to protect our culture? This dilemma underlies age-old debates that are still relevant. In this book, Honig reverses the question & asks: what might foreigners solve for us?

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Book details

List price: $37.50
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 2/2/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Bonnie Honig is the Sarah Rebecca Roland Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University and a senior research professor at the American Bar Foundation in Chicago. Her books include "Democracy and the Foreigner" (Princeton) and "Political Theory and the Displacement of Politics".

Acknowledgments
Natives and Foreigners: Switching the Question
The Foreigner as Founder
Dorothy and the Wizard
Rousseau's Lawgiver
Freud's Moses
Girard's Scapegoat
Democracy and Foreignness
The Foreigner as Immigrant
The Book of Ruth as a Foreign-Founder Text
Ruth
Immigration and Founding
Ozick's Ruth: Convert or Migrant?
Kristeva's Ruth: The Ideal Immigrant
Gender and the Foreign-Founder
Kristeva's Orpahs: Cosmopolitanism without Foreignness
Mourning, Membership, Agency, and Loss: Ruth's Lessons for Politics
The Foreigner as Citizen
The Myth of an Immigrant America
Class Mobility as American Citizenship
Ethnic Bases of Social Democracy: Michael Walzer's Immigrant America
Foreign Brides, Family Ties, and New World Masculinity
Dramatizing Consent: The Universal Charms of American Democracy
Taking Liberties: Intimations of a Democratic Cosmopolitanism
The Genres of Democracy
Does Democracy Have a Genre?
Democracy's Romance: A Tale of Gothic Love
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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