Geoffrey Brahm Levey
Geoffrey Brahm Levey is Associate Professor of Political Science at UNSW Sydney. From 2011–16 he was an Australian Research Council Future Fellow working on a project titled An Australian Dilemma: Liberal Democracy, Cultural Diversity and the Quest for National Identity. His publications include, as editor, Political Theory and Australian Multiculturalism (2012, 2008).
National identity and diversity
There are three key domains to a national identity: governmental, public and cultural. Each has distinctive features, and each capture something of what people mean when they discuss national identity.
The antidote of multiculturalism
EssayWinner, 2008 Australasian Association of Philosophers Media PrizeA CRUEL IRONY has marked recent Australian social policy. Reconciliation between indigenous and settler Australians – which involves a concept and a process that are essentially symbolic – was made "practical", limited...