Introduction: theorizing different forms of belonging in a cosmopolitan Malaysia
This article introduces this special issue on new ethnoscapes of a cosmopolitan Malaysia. It investigates questions of belonging and analyses the conditions that make possible cosmopolitan solidarity between citizens and sub- and non-citizens in a globalized world. I posit several critical frameworks on cosmopolitanism, citizenship and the public sphere to theorize the relationship between citizens and non-citizens in Malaysia: �zones of sovereignty�, the refugee as homo sacer and �acts of...[Show more]
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