Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781925003222
Released: August 2013

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'For Those Who've Come Across the Seas...': Australian Multicultural Theory, Policy and Practice

Edited by Andrew Jakubowicz and Christina Ho

This important book provides a uniquely wide-ranging examination of the development, theoretical framing and practice of Australian multiculturalism. Drawing on the experience of people who, in their professional life, have been actively engaged with specific facets of Australian multiculturalism, these chapters provide a deeply insightful account of contemporary Australian life. 

Professor Charles Husband
Centre for Applied Social Research
University of Bradford, UK


An exhilarating intervention in the global ‘multiculturalism has failed’ debates, this well-researched and passionately argued volume details how people actually live diversity in their everyday existence, and the ways in which everyday multiculturalism might profitably inform more nuanced policies.

Professor Sneja Gunew
Professor of English & Women’s Studies
University of British Columbia, Canada


Australia’s highly successful absorption and integration of so many people of differing cultural backgrounds owes much to the open, dispassionate discussion with which our public debate has been informed. This volume is an extremely fine example of the careful, cross-disciplinary scholarship which has helped Australia thus far to avoid the excesses elsewhere of opposition to, and backlashes against, a growing population diversity.

Professor John Nieuwenhuysen AM 
Emeritus Professor, Monash University
Honorary Professorial Fellow, 
University of Melbourne


Categories: Cultural Studies, Australian History, Multicultural Issues

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