By Caitlin Gordon-Walker
Canada’s model of nationalism celebrates range – as long as it doesn’t problem the team spirit, authority, or legitimacy of the nation. Caitlin Gordon-Walker explores this pressure among solidarity and variety in 3 nationally well-known museums, associations that needs to make judgments approximately what counts as “too diversified” to be able to rejoice who we're as a humans and state via indicates, courses, and layout. even supposing the contradictions that lie on the middle of multicultural nationalism have the capability to constrain political engagement and discussion, the sensory feasts on demonstrate in Canada’s museums supply an area for electorate to either query and renegotiate the boundaries in their nationwide vision.
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