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Magdalena Nowicka

References Appadurai, A., Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization . Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996. Appiah, K. (2006) Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers. New York, NY: W.W. Norton. Bayly, S. (2007) Asian Voices in the Post-Colonial Age. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Beaverstock, J. (2002) ‘Transnational elites in global cities: British expatriates in Singapore's financial district’. Geoforum, 33:525-38. Beck, U. (2004) ‘Cosmopolitan realism: On the disctinction between

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David Thompson

References Anderson, B. (2006) Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism . London and New York: Verso. Auyero, J. (2000) The Hyper-Shantytown: Neo-Liberal Violence(s) in the Argentine Slum. Ethnography 1(1):93-116. Bauer, A. J. (2001) Goods, Power, History: Latin America's Material Culture . Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. Besnier, N. (2004) Consumption and Cosmopolitanism: Practicing Modernity at the Second-Hand Marketplace in Nuku'alofa, Tonga. Anthropological Quarterly 77

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Joana A. Pellerano and Viviane Riegel

References Appadurai, A. (1981) ‘Gastropolitics in Hindu South Asia’. American Ethnologist 8(3):494-511. Beck, Ulrick (2006). Qu´est-ce que le cosmopolitisme? Paris: Aubier. Beck, U. & Grande, E. (2010) “Varieties of Second Modernity: the cosmopolitan turn in social and political theory and research”. The British Journal of Sociology, Volume 61, Issue 3, September. Bourdieu, P. (2007) A Distinção: Crítica Social do Julgamento. São Paulo: Edusp. Bryson, B. (1997) ‘What about the

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Moulding Cultural Capital into Cosmopolitan Capital

Media practices as reconversion work in a globalising world

Johan Lindell and Martin Danielsson

References Beck, Ulrich (2011). Cosmopolitanism as Imagined Community of Global Risk. American Behavioral Scientist , 55(10): 1346-1361. Bennett, Tony; Savage, Mike; Silva, Elizabeth; Warde, Alan; Gayo-Cal, Modesto & Wright, David (2009). Culture, Class, Distinction . London: Routledge. Bourdieu, Pierre (1984). Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste . New York, London: Routledge. Bourdieu, Pierre (1986). Forms of capital, pp. 241-258 in Richardson, John G. (ed.) Handbook of Theory and Research for the Sociology of

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Zsuzsa Millei

-335. Duhn, I. (2006). The Making of global citizens: Traces of cosmopolitanism in the New Zealand early childhood curriculum, Te Whāriki. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood , 7 (3) 191-202. Duhn, I. (2014). Being and becoming cosmopolitan in early childhood curriculum: ‘Roots’, ‘wings’ and cosmopolitan citizenship. Global Studies of Childhood, 4 (3) 224-234. Franklin, A. (2003). Tourism: An introduction . London: SAGE Publications. Gregson, N., & Rose, G. (2000). Taking butler elsewhere: Performativities, spatialities and subjectivities

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Karolina M. Cern

-455. Hampton, Jean. 1995. Contract and Consent. In Goodin, Robert E. & Pettit, Philip (eds.), A Companion to Contemporary Practical Philosophy . Oxford, Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers. Hampton, Jean. 2007. The Intrinsic Worth of Persons. Contractarianism in Moral and Political Philosophy . Fernham, Daniel (ed.). New York: CUP. Hutchings, Kimberly. 2011. What is Orientation in Thinking? On the Question of Time and Timeliness in Cosmopolitical Thought. Constellations 18(2). 190-204. Kleingeld, Pauline. 2012. Kant and Cosmopolitanism. The

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Vincenzo Cicchelli and Sylvie Octobre

References Appiah K. A., 2006, Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers. New York: W.W. Norton, 2006. Appadurai A. 1996, Modernity Al Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization, University of Minnesota Amselle J L., 1990, Logiques métisses: anthropologie de l'identité en Afrique et ailleurs, Paris, Payot, ≥ Bibliothèque scientifique Payot ≤, 1990 Amselle J L., 1996, Vers un multiculturalisme français: l'empire de la coutume, Paris, Aubier Amselle J L., 2001, Branchements: anthropologie de l'universalité des cultures, Paris, Flammarion

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Frauke Annegret Kurbacher

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In reflecting and discussing philosophical approaches on migration (almost Flusser, but also Weil, Arendt, Kant and Waldenfels) - migration could be understood (not as an extraordinary case, but) as a ‘conditio humana’ and touches the limits and possibilities of human beings. As existential experience it is in between ‘rootedness’ and ‘groundlessness’ and has therefore also a critical potential for our views of the world and our standpoints and could enlighten them as a new form of cosmopolitanism

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Means of Communication

Transnational Struggles and Scarce Resources

Thomas Hylland Eriksen

References Appiah, Kwame Anthony (2006) Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers . New York: Norton. Barth, Fredrik, ed. (1963) The role of the entrepreneur in social change in northern Norway . Bergen: Universitetsforlaget. Bauman, Zygmunt (2000) Liquid Modernity . Cambridge: Polity. Calhoun, Craig (2002) ‘The class consciousness of frequent travellers: Towards a critique of actually existing cosmopolitanism’. In Conceiving Cosmopolitanism: Theory, Context and Practice , eds

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Fethi Mansouri, Amelia Johns and Vince Marotta

weakened sense of belonging to the wider society. In other words, the challenge of how to accept and support cultural and religious diversity without necessarily erecting new forms of mutual exclusion and intercultural tensions remains. The in-principle position pursued in this introduction follows the intellectual arguments made within theories of global citizenship (e.g. Davis 2006 ) and cosmopolitanism ( Appiah 2006 ), whereby the true binding glue for diverse societies resides not only within nationalistic normative citizenship articulations but rather within a