Abarbanel is an Israeli-born psychotherapist who migrated to Australia in 1991.
Fertility is a sensitive topic, the women are already sensitive enough, and they don't need troublemakers upsetting them" (Avigail
(69) For one such representation of this spectrum, see the chapters in Avigail
Eisenberg et al, eds, Recognition versus Self-Determination: Dilemmas of Emancipatory Politics (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2014).
(54) See, e.g., Avigail
Eisenberg & Jeff Spinner-Halev, Introduction, in Minorities Within Minorities 1, 7-8 (Avigail
Eisenberg & Jeff Spinner-Halev eds., 2005) (arguing that it can be "difficult for vulnerable members [of certain cultural groups] to use the power of liberal institutions and the influence of mainstream culture to change the oppressive and discriminatory traditions and practices of their communities").
(17) See, e.g., RONALD DWORKIN, A MATTER OP PRINCIPLE 231-33 (1985) (stressing the importance of the cultural structure in providing the conditions necessary to make imaginative decisions about how to lead our lives); Avigail
Eisenberg & Jeff Spinner-Halev, Introduction, in Minorities Within Minorities: equality, Rights and Diversity 1 (Avigail
Eisenberg & Jeff Spinner-Halev eds., 2005) ("Groups have had a role in liberalism since its inception.
For alternative assessments of path dependencies for Aboriginal peoples, see Avigail
Eisenberg, "Self-Determination versus Recognition: Lessons and Conclusions" in Avigail
Eisenberg et al, eds, Recognition versus Self-Determination: Dilemmas of Emancipatory Politics (Vancouver, BC: UBC Press, 2014) 293 at 304-05.
(9.) For more on this debate, see:Jeff Spinner-Halev and Avigail
Eisenberg, Introduction, in Minorities within Minorities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), 1-15; Cohenjoshua, Matthew Howard, and Martha C.
COLLINS--Stylist for Lorde and Jessie Ware, London
Veronica Strong-Boag, Sherrill Grace, Joan Anderson, and Avigail
Moss and Kerstin Stakemeier (Maastricht, the Netherlands: Jan van Eyck Academie, 2012), 102.
Struck by the audacity and persistence of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's use of royalist and martial touchstones to attempt a sweeping reinvention of Canadian identity, we asked ten contributors (five each from the disciplines of history and political science) to address "History Under Harper" in three-minute "microlectures." Two commentators from political science and history, Avigail
Eisenberg and Bryan Palmer, were recruited to reflect on the proceedings as a whole.