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Anne-Marie Fortier in conversation with Debra Ferreday and Adi Kuntsman

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Journal publication date2011
JournalBorderlands e-Journal : New Spaces in the Humanities
Journal number2
Volume10
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This paper is an edited version of an email interview conducted by Debra Ferreday and Adi Kuntsman with Anne-Marie Fortier, the author of Multicultural Horizons: Diversity and the Limits of the Civil Nation (Routledge 2008). Fortier’s work has been informative in the development of some of the arguments explored in this special issue; in their conversation Ferreday and Kuntsman asked her to comment on the ideas of haunting, racial imaginaries, nostalgia, national anxieties, political feelings and hopes for the future.