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Cosmopolitanism Revisited By Martin Roberts I don’t want to be Japanese. I want to be a citizen of the world. It sounds very hippie but I like that.—Ryuichi Sakamoto, quoted in David Toop, Ocean of Sound: 192. Although the cosmopolitan is often regarded as an emblematic figure of modernity, cosmopolitanism has existed for millennia: the […]

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Le travail de la terre: symbole d’un héritage métisse (afro-américain, acadien, américain) By Phil Hayward Heritage is broad term that essentially means the totality of that which is inherited from preceding individuals, generations and/or societies. There are substantial overlaps of the term with the broader one of tradition, although the latter is often understood to […]