The rise and speed with which globalization has spread across the world have increasingly brought different ethnic and cultural groups into greater contact than ever before. Wars, famine, and climate change have also increased the numbers of refugees, migrants, and asylum seekers which, in turn, has led to increased cultural conflict as well as renewed nationalism and ethnocentrism. But is conflict unavoidable? Are multicultural societies still possible or are integration and assimilation the goal again for most societies? Is the globalization of the future only an economic and neo-liberal construct or can it be positively applied to culture? Please join on Wednesday, March 10 to discuss these important issues. The discussion will be moderated by UW-Green Bay Prof. David Coury (German and Humanities).
Join the Zoom event Wednesday, March 10, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.