The Dilemma of Ethnic Identity: Alain Locke's Vision of Transcultural Societies
This book discusses the nature of culture in a global era and explores Alain Locke's ideas and how he anticipated transcultural societies as a means of attaining world peace and order.
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The Idea of Culture in a Transnational World
Minorities Between Separation and Integration
The New Negro as a Tenor of Alain Lockes Vision of Society
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