On Diversity Within Diversity: Communities, Voice and Political Thought
This paper argues that the power of voice of cultural communities in a diverse society depends on taking intra-cultural diversity as seriously as broadly formulated 'alternatives' to Western political thought.
||Non-Western political thought, Intra-cultural diversity, Spokespersonship
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp.59-66.
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Born July 19, 1973 Countries of origin: Calcutta, India and German Democratic Republic Primary and secondary education: Calcutta, India 1992-1995: student of Political Science, English Literature, Mass Communication at TU Dresden, Germany 1995: General Course, Department of International Relations, LSE, UK 1996/97: MSc Comparative Politics, Department of Government, LSE 1997-2003: Ph. D. in Political Thought, Department of Government, LSE. Thesis on Post-Marxism and Radical Democracy in Indian Political Thought. Teaching experience in Western political thought.
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