Identities, Cultures, Spaces: Dialogue and Change

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The intense circulation of people, contents and goods that characterises the current process of globalisation has led to unprecedented cultural encounters, which can be perceived either as the source of conflicts or opportunities for dialogue. This volume adopts a multidisciplinary approach to address issues that emerge at the confluence of identity and culture ; and in their articulation, with the involvement of distinct geographic factors, by means of analyses of the notions and discourses involving such concepts, and the examination of specific intersectional contexts. From the macro- to the micro-level, from the collective to the individual, and the real to the constructed, then to the imagined and back to the real; from ideology to utopia, isolation to integration, and from belonging to possessing , the book discusses the role of shared spatialities in the forging of commonalities, and the multiple aspects that influence the formation of identity and the legitimation of cultural practices, as well as introducing conceptual tools like dialogue zones and homely landscapes .

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Fernando Kuhn, PhD, worked as a journalist (reporter and editor) for Brazilian magazines and newspapers and was a visiting scholar at the University of London s School of Oriental and African Studies. Taking part in international conferences, publishing articles in academic journals and contributing as associate editor for The International Journal of the Humanities and The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, he is currently a researcher at the Universidade Metodista de São Paulo, Brazil, and chair of the Maps of Dialogue working group of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas.

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"While a number of works have provided analysis of globalization through cultural theories and conceptions of identity, its spatial aspects have remained largely unexplained until relatively recently. The contributions collected in Identities, Cultures, Spaces: Dialogue and Change are evidence of the increasing interest in the spatial dimensions of globalization and its theories. Diverse in topic and methodology, they underscore the rich potential for research at the intersection of culture, identity and space. [...] [T]he collection's impressive array of inquiry is noteworthy and indicates the potential for further investigation."Ayda MelikaUniversity of California, BerkeleyTraditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, 26:2 (2015)

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