Europe's New Racism: Causes, Manifestations, and Solutions

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

Campani, Giovanni has prepared a Ph. D. in Ethnology, University of Nice (France) (1988) on Family, Village and Regional Networks of Italian Immigrants in France. (2000), Genere, etnia e classe. Migrazioni al femminile tra esclusione e identità, ETS, Pise; (1996), La rosa e lo specchio, Ipermedium, Naples. As editor: (1998) with Besalu, Palaudarias, Educacion intercultural en Europa. Un enfoque curricular, Pomares Correcor, Barcelona; (1997) with Verma, Woodrow, Trindade, Intercultural Education: Theories, policies and practices, Ashgate, London.

Cornelis, Marijke is an assistant in the Department Comparative Study of Cultures at Ghent University Belgium. She graduated with an ethnographic research on the effects of intercultural education in adolescents in Flanders. She is preparing a PhD on the intricacies of racist thought and attitudes in city dwellers in Europe, communautarian ideology and multicultural policy.

Fortman, Bas de Gaay holds a Master of Law degree (Magister Iuris) as well as a PhD in Economics, both from the Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Until 1991 he was also Senator in the Netherlands Parliament. In 2000 he was appointed to the Chair in Political Economy of Human Rights at Utrecht University. His recent books include God and the Goods. Global Economy in a Civilizational Perspective, Geneva: World Council of Churches Publications 1998; and Where Needs Meet Rights. Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in a New Perspective, Geneva: World Council of Churches Publications, 1999 (both together with Dr Berma Klein Goldewijk).

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