Diversity without Division with Fritz Breithaupt
Trump’s wall, tougher citizenship laws, the treatment of the Rohinga in Myanmar. Debates around immigration, citizenship and nationality are at the forefront of the national – and, often, international – conversation, and can often get heated and divisive.
But, as the world becomes increasingly multicultural, questions surrounding culture and identity arise, and it begs the question: how do we respect diversity without creating division?
Fritz Breithaupt is a scholar, author, critic and professor of Germanic Studies and affiliated professor of cognitive science at Indiana University in Bloomington. He will be part of a panel discussion presented by the Goethe-Institut at the Ethics Centre tonight called Culture and Identity – What’s Missing in Contemporary Conversation?