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Interrupting the Dinner Table Conversation: Critical Perspectives, Identity Politics and Deliberative Democracy

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1 Shannon, Claude & Weaver, Warren, The Mathematical Theory of Communication (1949), cited in Lionnet, François, Of Mangoes and Maroons: Language, History, and the Multicultural Subject of Michelle Cliff’s Abeng, in Decolonizing the Subject at 331 (Smith, & Watson, eds., 1992).

2 Id. 4d.

4 Young, Iris, Together in Difference, in The Rights of Minority Cultures at 158 (Kimlycka, Will ed., 1995).

5 Richard Falk, Revitalizing International Law 91 (1989).

6 Khotari & Sethi, Rethinking Human Rights: Challenges for Theory and Action 9 (1989).

7 This essay is part of a work in progress that critiques liberal notions of the state in international law.

8 Taylor, Charles, Shared and Divergent Values, in Options for a New Canada (Watts, & Brown, D. eds., 1991).

9 Martti Koskenniemi, From Apology to Utopia: the Structure of International Legal Argument (1989), cited in Romany, Celina, Women as Aliens: A Feminist Critique of the Public/Private Distinction in International Human Rights Law, 6 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. 87, 89 (1993).

10 West, Cornel, Prophesy Deliverance! an Afro-American Revolutionary Christianity 49 (1982), cited in Romany, supra note 10 at 914.

1 See generally Romany, supra note 10.

12 Ella Shohat & Robert Stam, Unthinking Eurocentrism 48 (1994).

13 Perry, Richard W., The Logic of the Modern Nation-State and the Legal Construction of Native American Tribal Identity, 28 Ind. L. Rev. 547, 566 (1995).

14 Michael Ignatieff, Blood and Belonging: Journeys into the new nationalism (1994), cited in Perry, supra note 13, at 565.

15 Perry, supra note 13, at 566.

16 Id. at 569.

17 Lawrence Friedman, the Republic of Choice (1990), cited in Perry, supra note 13, at 570.

18 Will Kymlicka, Multicultural Citizenship 188-89 (1995). Id. at 189.

20 Jurgen Habermas, Multiculturalism and the Liberal State, 47 Stan. L. Rev. 849, 851 (1995).

21 W. at 851.

22 Id.

23 Koskenniemi, Martti, The Wonderful Artificiality of States, 88 ASIL Proc. 24 (1994).

24 Id. at 26.

25 Id. at 27.

26 Id..

27 Id. at 28.

28 Id. at 29.

29 Id.

30 Id.

31 Perry, supra note 13 at 566.

32 Id. at 568-69.

33 Mahmud, Tayyab, Migration, Identity and the Colonial Encounter, 76 Or. L. Rev. 633 (1997).

34 Perry, supra note 13, at 563.

35 See generally Maxine Hong Kingston, the Woman Warrior: Memories of a Girlhood Among Ghosts (1977).

36 Perry, supra note 13, at 566.

37 Aime Cásaire, Cahier D’un Retour Au Pays Natal (Notebook of a Return to the Native Land) 76-77 (1983).

38 Kennedy, Duncan, A Cultural Pluralist Case for Affirmative Action in Legal Academia, 1990 Duke L. J. 705, 725 (1990).

39 Id. at 709.

40 Id. at 709.

41 Addis, Adeno, On Human Diversity and the Limits of Toleration, in Ethnicity and Group Rights, at 126 (Nomos XXXIX-1997).

42 Id. at 142.

43 Id.

44 Id.

45 Shohat & Stam, supra note 12, at 48.

46 Id. at 47.

47 Id. at 49.

48 Id. at 47.

49 Id. at 49.

50 Id. at 47.

51 Young, supra note 4, at 153.

52 Id. at 165.

53 Id.

54 Id.

55 Iris Young, Inclusive Political Communication, Presentation At the New York University School of Law Colloquium on Constituting Citizenship: Women in the Body Politic (Apr. 1997).

56 Id.

57 Id.

58 Taylor, Charles, The Politics of Recognition, in Multiculturalism and the Politics of Recognition 25 (Gutman, Amy ed., 1992).

59 Jean-François Lyotard, the Differend: Phrases in Dispute (1988), cited in Young, supra, note 55.

60 Young, supra note 55.

61 Id.

62 Id.

63 Id.

64 Id.

65 Otto, Diane, Subalternity and International Law: The Problems of Global Community and the Incommensurability of Difference, 5 Soc. & Leg. Stud. 337 (1996).

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