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as part of the normative self-descrip- tion of a self-governed collective (e.g. a ‘nation’) human rights open a space for further groups to address their claims for freedom, respect and recognition within the language of human rights (Nash, 2015; Alexander, 2006). Let us pick just one position out of this wide field of discussion. Sheyla Benhabib proposed that human rights should be seen as jurisgenerative politics which foster democratic iterations within nations and states around the globe (as part of the project of the global civil society; Benhabib, 2016

promise of civil society to address the increasing need for resettlement – namely through its unique Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program. In addition to Gov- ernment-Assisted Refugees (GARs), who are identified by the UNHCR and re- ceive government-funded resettlement services and supports, refugees can also be resettled in Canada through a number of private sponsorship streams. Private sponsorship provides the opportunity for a group of Canadians to sponsor a 1 “Refugees resettled to Canada are

religious minori- ties?, S. 263-280; Burchell, Graham: »Peculiar Interests: Civil Society and ›the System of Natural Liberty‹«. In: The Foucault Effect. Studies on Gov- ernmentality, hg. v. Graham Burchell/ Colin Gordon/Peter Miller, Chicago 2005, S. 119-150; Van der Veer, Peter: »Cultural Politics and the State«. In: Cultural Dynamics 10 (1998), S. 281-286; Tezcan, Levent: OPERATIVE KULTUR UND SUBJEKTIVIERUNGSSTRATEGIEN IN DER INTEGRATIONSPOLITIK 63 zugleich konkrete Adressaten genannt: »Imams can play an important ro- le here. They can explain in a balanced way

plurikulturelle Region. In ihrem Gedicht Bukowina II 2 Paul Ingendaay bespricht in diesem Artikel einen Vortrag, den die ungarische Sozio- login Virág Molnár, Professorin an der New School for Social Research, New York, und im Frühjahr 2017 ›Axel Springer Fellow‹ an der American Academy in Berlin, im Februar 2017 dort gehalten hat. Ihr an der American Academy vorangetriebenes Pro- jekt trägt den Titel: »Civil Society and the Return of Radical Nationalism in Postso- cialist Hungary«. 36 | Manfred Weinberg

Ausdruck zu bringen, benutzt Cohn verschiedene Bilder und ̶ H-Net Reviews vom Oktober 2014, verfügbar unter node/35008/reviews/49785/walch-cohn-and-conrads-no-justice-germany-breslau- diaries-1933-1941. 5 Van Rahden, Till: Jews and other Germans: Civil Society, Religious Diversity, and Urban Politics in Breslau, 1860-1925, Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press 2008, S. 134-158. 6 Trudi fühlte sich – so wird sie in seinen Tagebüchern genannt – nicht glücklich in diesem

Cafés, das sich auf positiv gemeinte Weise zu einem »beast of its own«322 entwickelt habe, welches er nur noch als außen- stehender ›Dienstleister‹ betreut und ›füttert‹ »to the betterment of the human com- munity«.323 Diese moralisch anerkennenswerte Intention, ein Kaffeehaus zu eröffnen 319 Jan-Christoph Kitzler: »Schwieriges Terrain – Kaffeehauskette Starbucks will Italien erobern«, in: WDR 5Morgenecho, 12.01.2016. 320 Graham Scambler: »Cafés, Third Places, and the Enabling Sector of Civil Society«, in: Aksel Tjora/ders. (Hg.): Café Society, New York 2013, S. 67

: Rhetoric and Gender in the 18th Cen- tury English Novel. Ithaca, NY 1991. La Vida de Lazarillo de Tormes: y de sus fortunas y adversidades. Ed. Francisco Rico. Madrid 1990. Lazarillo de Tormes. Tr. Michael Alpert. Harmondsworth 2003. Linebaugh, Peter. The London Hanged: Crime and Civil Society in the Eight- eenth Century. London 1991. Lukács, Georg. Theory of the Novel: A Historico-Philosophical essay on the forms of great epic literature. Tr. Anna Bostock. Cambridge MA 1971. Lynch, Deidre. The Economy of Character. Novels, Market Culture and the Business of

property itself. In a civil society, the protection of individual property interests lies at the foun- dation of economic organization. Property and contracts and the security of acquisitions and of business are the fields dealt with most extensively by the philosophy of law. Liberal property theory indeed states that property is strict- ly linked to individuality and freedom. These concerns for the importance of property in the creation of an individual’s identity are particularly evident in the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker, where Dracula tries to acquire a normal

profit-sector as well as to e-democracy. They address open policymaking, collab- orative economy, civil society ‘collaborative making’, the creation of things and societal alternatives. Projects refer to collaborative consumption and to net-com- mons as well as to other new collaborative approaches and to environmental ac- tion. While the first two MOOC settings are connected to higher education and the academic space, CAPS refer to the idea of an interconnected society. CAPS are understood as social innovation, addressing important weaknesses and unexplored

, Hamburg: Han- seatische Verlagsanstalt. Jaeger, Friedrich (1997): »Gesellschaft und Gemeinschaft. Die Gesellschaftstheorie des Kommunitarismus und die politische Ideengeschichte der ›civil society‹ in den USA«, in: Mergel/Welskopp, Geschichte, S. 299-321. Johnson, Richard (1996): »What is Cultural Studies Anyway?«, in: John Storey (Hg.), What is Cultural Studies? A Reader, London u.a.: Bloomsbury, S. 75- 114. Kansteiner, Wulf (2003): »Die Radikalisierung des deutschen Gedächtnisses im Zeitalter seiner kommerziellen Reproduktion: Hitler und das Dritte Reich in den