Archive: ethnocentric bias
Exploring Intercultural Identity: Four Voices: Oh, Diversity!
For this entry, I was greatly educated and inspired by the book "Multiculturalism & Intergroup Relations: Psychological implications for democracy in a global context" by Fathali M. Moghaddam. Americ
Categories: 2011, Globalization Column, The Gnovis Blog
Of Improper Grammar-tology: Redux
In an earlier blog entry, I posited that by viewing "Ebonics"—officially dubbed African American Vernacular English (AAVE) by linguists—through the lens of deconstruction, not only can it be more grea
Categories: 2011, The Gnovis Blog
Of Improper Grammar-tology
My deepest interaction with rockstar French philosopher Jacques Derrida (who, for the record, looks like a Quentin Tarantino supervillain) came in a class called “Remix Culture” I took during my first term at Georgetown.
Category: The Gnovis Blog