|2||What is Citizenship and Why Does It Matter?||Marshall, T. H. "Citizenship and Social Class." In Citizenship and Social Class, and Other Essays.
Brubaker, Rogers. Citizenship and Nationhood in France and Germany. Pp. 1-34 and 179-187.
Smith, Rogers M. "Citizenship and the Politics of People-Building." Pp. 73-96.
Suggested: Anderson, Benedict. Chapters 1-4, 8 in Imagined Communities. Pp. 1-65 and 141-154.
|3||What is Pluralism? Pluralism of What?||Berlin, Isaiah. "Two Concepts of Liberty." In Four Essays on Liberty. Pp. 118-134 and 162-172.
Gray, John. "Pluralism." In Isaiah Berlin. Pp. 38-75.
Rawls, John. Lecture I and IV in Political Liberalism. Pp. 3-46 and 133-172.
Parekh, Bhikhu. Rethinking Multiculturalism. Pp. 1-11.
Suggested: Walzer, Michael. "Pluralism: A Political Perspective." In Rights of Minority Cultures. Pp. 139-154.
|One Response To Pluralism: Multicultural Citizenship|
|4||Liberal Arguments for Multicultural Citizenship||Dworkin, Ronald. "Essay on Liberal Support for the Arts." In A Matter of Principle.
Kymlicka, Will. Chapters 7-9 in Liberalism, Community, and Culture. Pp. 135-205.
———. Chapters 1-2, 5-6, 8 in Multicultural Citizenship. Pp. 1-33, 75-130 and 152-172.
|5||Communitarian Arguments for Multicultural Citizenship||Taylor, Charles. "The Politics of Recognition." In Multiculturalism: Examining the Politics of Recognition. Pp. 25-73.
"Responses by Michael Walzer, Jürgen Habermas, and Anthony Appiah." In Multiculturalism: Examining the Politics of Recognition. Pp. 99-163.
Suggested: Taylor, Charles. "Institutions in National Life," and "Shared and Divergent Values." In Reconciling the Solitudes. Pp. 120-134 and 155-186.
|6||Diversity Arguments for Multicultural Citizenship||Mill, John Stuart. "Of the Liberty of Thought and Discussion." Chapter 2 in On Liberty.
Kymlicka. "The Value of Cultural Diversity." In Multicultural Citizenship. Pp. 121-123.
Grutter v. Bollinger (2003).
Suggested: Metro Broadcasting, Inc. v. FCC. 1990.
|7||Critiques of Multiculturalism||Green, Leslie. "Internal Minorities and Their Rights." In The Rights of Minority Cultures. Pp. 256-272.
Barry, Brian. Chapters 1-2, 4, 7-8 in Culture and Equality. Pp. 3-62, 112-154 and 252-328.
Parekh, Bhikhu. Rethinking Multiculturalism. Pp. 264-294.
Fraser, Nancy. "From Redistribution to Recognition?" In Justice Interruptus. Pp. 11-39.
|Alternative Responses To Pluralism|
|8||Civic Republican Views of Citizenship||Miller, David. Chapters 3-5 in Citizenship and Nationality Identity. Pp. 41-96.
Sandel, Michael. "In Search of a Public Philosophy." Pp. 317-351.
Lind, Michael. Chapters 7-9 in The Next American Nation. Pp. 259-388.
|9||Liberal Views of Citizenship||Habermas, Jürgen. "Citizenship and National Identity." In Between Facts and Norms. Pp. 491-515 and 568-69 (photocopy).
Hollinger, David A. "Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the United States." In Immigration and Citizenship in the 21st Century. Edited by Noah Pickus. Pp. 85-99.
Smith, Rogers. "The Party of America." In Civic Ideals. Pp. 470-506 (endnotes, pp. 638-44).
|10||Cosmopolitan Views||Waldron, Jeremy. "Minority Cultures and the Cosmopolitan Alternative." In Rights of Minority Cultures.
Carens, Joseph. "Aliens and Citizens: The Case for Open Borders." In Rights of Minority Cultures.
Mehta, Pratap. "Cosmopolitanism and the Circle of Reason." In Political Theory. October 2000, pp. 619-639.
|11||Radical Pluralist/Postmodern Views||Gray, John. "From Post-Liberalism to Pluralism." In Nomos 38: Political Order. Pp. 345-62
Connolly, William. Introduction, and Chapter 6 in The Ethos of Pluralization. Pp. xi-xxx and 163-198.
Honig, Bonnie. Democracy and the Foreigner. Pp. 73-122.
|12||Pluralism and American Citizenship||O'Brien, Sharon. "Cultural Rights in the United States: A Conflict of Values." Law and Inequality Journal 5 (1987): 268-308.
Norgren, Jill, and Serena Nanda. Chapters 5-7 on Mormons, Amish, and Satmar Hasidim in American Cultural Pluralism and Law. Pp. 97-155.
Walzer, Michael. What It Means to be an American. Pp. 3-49 and 81-101.
Suggested: Schlesinger, Arthur. The Disuniting of America. Pp. 11-25, 29-49 and 125-147.
|13||Pluralism and Gender||Okin, Susan. Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women? Edited by Joshua Cohen, Matthew Howard, and Martha Nussbaum.
Read essays by Okin's essay and reply, as well as responses by Pollitt, Kymlicka, Honig, al-Hibri, Tamir, Parekh, Sassen, Bhabha, Sunstein, and Nussbaum.
Benhabib, Seyla. Chapter 4 in The Claims of Culture. Pp. 82-104.
|14||Rethinking Multiculturalism||Parekh, Bhikhu. Introduction, and Chapters 3-5, 7-9 in Rethinking Multiculturalism.|