Even though the world is divided by language, culture, political boarder and geography, the writer offers hope in unifying humanity through this universal language.
If the policies are correct, the global reform of globalization is possible. The changing pattern of human life and their culture has no definite end; it is never ending process.
ominic Alessio and Kristen Meredith in their essay “Decolonizing James Cameron’s Pandora: Imperial History and Science Fiction” analyses James Cameron’s 2009 science fiction blockbuster Avatar as a critique to American imperialism.
Washington, in her address, draws separate histories of American studies and African American studies emphasizing the historical and institutional marginalization of African American issues in academia.