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2013 - Can we live with difference? Creolization, diaspora and the making of new identities - Professor Robin Cohen (Video)

‘Creolization’ refers to how prior and incoming cultures connect and overlap. 'Diaspora' refers to the retention or revalorization of old identities in new settings. Despite their ambiguity and complexity, creolization and diaspora (rather than assimilation, integration, multi-culturalism or cosmopolitanism) seems to offer ways of understanding and perhaps confronting one of the gravest challenges of the twentieth-first century – how to live with cultural and religious difference.

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