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Thinking Differently About Cosmopolitanism: Theory, Eccentricity, and the Globalized World


reviewed by Shenila S. Khoja-Moolji March 08, 2013

coverTitle: Thinking Differently About Cosmopolitanism: Theory, Eccentricity, and the Globalized World
Author(s): Marianna Papastephanou
Publisher: Paradigm Publishers, Boulder
ISBN: 1612050794, Pages: 192, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 08, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17050, Date Accessed: 8/27/2014 7:00:31 PM

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  • Shenila Khoja-Moolji
    State University of New York at Old Westbury
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    SHENILA KHOJA-MOOLJI is a faculty member in the Department of History and Philosophy at the State University of New York at Old Westbury, where she teaches courses on Muslim cultures, gender, humanities and interfaith relations. Her research interests include Muslim immigrant youth identity, gender and sexual citizenship, curriculum theory, and feminist poststructuralist theory. She is also pursuing her doctorate at Teachers College, Columbia University and serves as the Senior Co-Editor for the seventh volume of the Society for International Education journal on gender, sexuality and difference in education. Prior to Columbia University, Shenila attended the Divinity School at Harvard University where she graduated with a Master of Theological Studies focusing on Islamic studies and gender.
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