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The Return of the Native: Can Liberalism Safeguard Us Against Nativism? - Duyvendak, Jan Willem; Kesic, Josip
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In The Return of the Native, Jan Willem Duyvendak and Josip Kesic explore how nativist logics have infiltrated liberal settings and discourses, primarily in the Netherlands as well as other countries with strong liberal traditions like the US and France. They deconstruct and explain the underlying logic of nativist narratives and show how these narratives are emerging in the discourses of secularism, racism, populism, and left-wing politics. By moving systematically through these key iterations of nativism, Duyvendak and Kesic show how liberal ideas themselves are becoming tools for claiming that some people do not belong to the nation.…mehr

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In The Return of the Native, Jan Willem Duyvendak and Josip Kesic explore how nativist logics have infiltrated liberal settings and discourses, primarily in the Netherlands as well as other countries with strong liberal traditions like the US and France. They deconstruct and explain the underlying logic of nativist narratives and show how these narratives are emerging in the discourses of secularism, racism, populism, and left-wing politics. By moving systematically through these key iterations of nativism, Duyvendak and Kesic show how liberal ideas themselves are becoming tools for claiming that some people do not belong to the nation.
Autorenporträt
Jan Willem Duyvendak is Distinguished Research Professor of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam. Previously, he was Director of the Verwey-Jonker Research Institute for Social Issues (1999-2003) and Professor of Community Development at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. His latest books include The Politics of Home: Nostalgia and Belonging in Western Europe and the United States (2011), Crafting Citizenship: Negotiating Tensions in Modern Society (2012, co-authored with Menno Hurenkamp and Evelien Tonkens), European States and Their Muslim Citizens: The Impact of Institutions on Perceptions and Boundaries (2014, co-edited with John Bowen, Christophe Bertossi, Mona Lena Krook), New York and Amsterdam: Immigration and the New Urban Landscape (2014, co-edited with Nancy Foner, Jan Rath and Rogier van Reekum), Players and Arenas: The Interactive Dynamics of Protest (2015, co-edited with James M. Jasper), and The Culturalization of Citizenship: Belonging and Polarization in a Globalizing World (2016, co-edited with Peter Geschiere and Evelien Tonkens). In 2013-2014, Duyvendak was Distinguished Fellow at the Advanced Research Collaborative at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. In Spring 2016 he was Research Fellow at the Paris Institute for Advanced Studies. From July 2017 -July 2019 he was Executive Committee Chair at Council for European Studies. Since January 1st 2018 he is rector of the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (NIAS-KNAW). Josip Kesic is a researcher and lecturer in sociology and social work at the Inholland University of Applied Sciences, where he focuses on the practical application of "Social Reflexivity" in educational and professional settings, i.e. the awareness of oneself as relationally and contextually connected to others. He studied sociology and South-Slavic literature at the University of Amsterdam. After extensively teaching social theory at the sociology department, the subsequent teaching topics at the department of European Studies were nationalism studies, European literature, and philosophy of humanities. He also has published regularly for broad audiences on themes related to identity politics and cultural stereotyping. Timothy Stacey is a Researcher in the Urban Futures Studio at the Utrecht University and a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society at the University of Victoria.