Guardando oltre l’eurocentrismo: differenze culturali e paradossi della crisi europea

Journal title MONDI MIGRANTI
Author/s Paola Rebughini, Luisa Leonini
Publishing Year 2019 Issue 2019/2
Language Italian Pages 12 P. 9-20 File size 197 KB
DOI 10.3280/MM2019-002001
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In this special issue of MondiMigranti, we offer a reflection on the topic of Euro-centrism, on its historical obsolescence, on its consequences on intercultural rela-tions in everyday life and its intertwinements with current European crisis and re-turn of nationalism. Beyond contingent conflicts of interest among nations, the identity crisis of Europe concerns a complex discussion about cultural modernity and history, beyond a vision "West and the rest".

Keywords: Eurocentrism, modernity, postcolonialism, everyday life.

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Paola Rebughini, Luisa Leonini, Guardando oltre l’eurocentrismo: differenze culturali e paradossi della crisi europea in "MONDI MIGRANTI" 2/2019, pp 9-20, DOI: 10.3280/MM2019-002001