1. Setting Up the New Cosmopolitanism 2. Eccentric Cosmopolitanism and a Globalized World 3. A Critique of Globalist Positions 4. Identity-versus-Difference Dilemmas 5. Home, Homelessness, and the Cosmopolitan Self 6. Who's Cosmopolitan? 7. Cosmopolitanism and Patriotism as Boundary Discourses 8. The Importance of Conceptual Reconsiderations 9. Revisiting Patriotism 10. Patriotism, Cosmopolitanism, and Justice 11. Reflections on an All-Encompassing Conception of Cosmopolitanism
Marianna Papastephanou has studied and researched in Cardiff, Wales, and Berlin, and has taught at Cardiff University. She is currently Associate Professor of Philosophy of Education at the University of Cyprus. She has written many articles in educational theory and philosophy, and including her recent book Educated Fear and Educated Hope (2009).