Diversity is measured in large part by the presence or absence of people belonging to one ethnoracial category (Black, Hispanic, etc.) or another. But do those long-standing categories still make sense, given intragroup differences, immigration to the U.S., and race-mixing? David Hollinger thinks that if the goal of anti-discrimination policy is to match reward conferred to wrong suffered, identity classifications need to be rethought and reworked.
Robbins and Horta, eds., Cosmopolitanisms NYU Press, 2017
David Hollinger, Protestants Abroad: How Missionaries Tried to Change the World but Changed America Princeton University Press (forthcoming)