This study of minorities involves the difficult issues of rights, justice, equality, dignity, identity, autonomy, political liberties, and cultural freedoms. The A-Z Encyclopedia presents the facts, arguments, and areas of contention in over 560 entries in a clear, objective manner.
For a full list of entries, contributors, and more, visit the Encyclopedia of the World's Minorities website.
Carl Skutsch is an adjunct professor of humanities, School of the Visual Arts, New York City.
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"This is an invaluable resource for any student or scholar who wants a convenient, scholarly introduction or review concerning the historical or current situation of monorities throoughout the world." -- American Reference Books Annual