Cosmopolitanism and Place considers the way contemporary Anglophone fiction connects global identities with the experience in local places. Looking at fiction set in metropolises, regional cities, and rural communities, this book argues that the everyday experience of these places produces forms of wide connections that emphasize social justice.
About the Author
Emily Johansen is Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Texas A&M University, USA.
Table of ContentsIntroduction 1. Alternative Cosmopolitanisms in the Metropolis 2. Cosmopolitan Work in the Regional City 3. Cosmopolitanism in Rural Places Conclusion Works Cited