In recent years, it has been impossible to ignore the resurgence of xenophobia. Many migrant crises have placed Western advocates of globalisation on the defensive.


Drawing on the work of Richard Wright, Sigmund Freud, Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, all of whom wrestled with this dangerous phobia and its ties to nationalism, globalisation, race and immigration, George Makari traces the history of xenophobia so we can better understand the problem that is so crucial to our troubled times.


Of Fear and Strangers; George Makari