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About Zaki Nahaboo

Zaki Nahaboo is a PhD student in Politics and International Studies at The Open University. His research aims to trace the historical innovations which have made multiculturalism both a problem and solution to questions of what it means, and what it can mean, to be political in contemporary Britain. 

Articles by Zaki Nahaboo

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Political subjectivity in Edmund Burke’s India and liberal multiculturalism

Edmund Burke’s speeches on India illustrate the emergence of the orientalised political subject. Traces of this in the present can be seen through the relationship between British multiculturalism and the undocumented migrant. 

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