The Rights of Minority Cultures
Edited by Will Kymlicka
This volume collects together the most important contemporary articles on the rights of minority cultures. While drawing on particular case studies, the articles focus on the more general theoretical and normative issues raised by the accommodation of cultural differences. The authors come from a variety of disciplines, and reflect a wide range of opinion. Topics covered include the nature and value of cultural membership, models of cultural pluralism, individual and group rights, minority representation, immigration, and secession.