Ghassan Hage

Ghassan Hage teaches and researches in the areas of globalisation, migration, nationalism, racism and multiculturalism from a comparative perspective.

His teaching and research emphasises the importance of anthropology as a fieldwork based discipline which nonetheless deals with general philosophical questions about humans and their cultures.

He is currently researching the transformation of political emotions in the process of migration and their role in the integration of Muslim Lebanese migrants in French, American and Australian societies.


Under the global olive tree

ReviewAFTER A DIVERSION in a genre of grassroots social theorising with his work Identitées Meurtrières, Amin Maalouf comes back to us with what he does best: historically grounded story-telling. In Origines(Bernard Grasset), published in French this year, he once...

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