Cultural Identity in the Time of Economic Globalization: Examining the Tension Between Community, Trade and Culture
By Anna Lanoszka.
Paper theorizes about the new utilitarian concept of cultural identity that is born out of a struggle over the meaning of globalization and from the reactionary adaptation to it.
||Cultural Dialogue, Global Imperative, Identity and Culture, Economic Globalization, Trade Liberalization
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp.41-50.
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Dr. Lanoszka was born in Krakow, Poland, where she completed one year of classical studies at the Jagiellonian University. As a teenager in 1985 she permanently move to Canada, where she started to pursue her studies in the history of political thought and economics. In late 1980s she became a citizen of Canada. She graduated with high honors from the Carleton University in 1995. Afterwards, she decided to pursue graduate studies in international relations and political economy. She earned her PhD from the Dalhousie University in 2001. Since July 2002 she is a tenure-track professor of international economic relations at the University of Windsor in Canada.
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