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Exploring Intercultural Identity: Four Voices: Oh, Diversity!

For this entry, I was greatly educated and inspired by the book “Multiculturalism & Intergroup Relations: Psychological implications for democracy in a global context” by Fathali M. Moghaddam. American Psychological Association: Washington D.C., 2008 Multiculturalism is a valuable asset for … Continue reading

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Of Improper Grammar-tology: Redux

In an earlier blog entry, I posited that by viewing “Ebonics”—officially dubbed African American Vernacular English (AAVE) by linguists—through the lens of deconstruction, not only can it be more greatly appreciated, but it can be justified. In Of Grammatology Jacques … Continue reading

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Of Improper Grammar-tology

My deepest interaction with rockstar French philosopher Jacques Derrida (who, for the record, looks like a Quentin Tarantino supervillain) came in a class called “Remix Culture” I took during my first term at Georgetown. Continue reading

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