Intercultural Approaches to Space and Identity

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Noelia Bueno Gómez, PhD (Editor) – Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Oviedo, Florida, USA
Salvador Beato Bergua, PhD (Editor) – Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Oviedo, Florida, USA

Series: Cultural Studies in the Third Millennium
BISAC: SOC000000; SOC015000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/LGMA1728

This book is the result of a teaching and research project that began in 2019 at the University of Oviedo with a view toward preparing the Expert Course on Interculturality, Justice and Global Change. The book is divided into 12 chapters by 15 researchers working in philosophy, geography, literature, education and culture, and it aims to contribute to the understanding of the re-configurations of space and identity against a backdrop of global change, encounters between hegemonic and non-hegemonic cultures, new territorial dynamics and landscape transformation, migration and the emergence of digital spaces. The intercultural approach is cross-cutting as the object of theoretical reflection, as a theoretical methodology and an epistemic option and as part of the panorama that the research aims to conceptualize.

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Table of Contents

Preface. Rethinking Space and Identity in a Fragmented Global World

Chapter 1. Identity Resignification of Wixaritari Indigenous Teachers in Jalisco, Mexico
Martha Vergara Fregoso
Center for Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico

Chapter 2. From Home to School and Back: Conflicting Identities in Judith Ortiz Cofer’s ‘Call me María: A Novel in Letters, Poems, and Prose’
Andrea Fernández García
Department of English, French and German Philology, University of Oviedo, Oviedo, Spain

Chapter 3. Post-Migrant Multilingualism and the Bazaar of Foreign Languages
Héctor Álvarez Mella
Heidelberg Center for Ibero-American Studies, Heidelberg University, Germany

Chapter 4. Theorizing ‘Linguistic’ Hermeneutical Injustice as a Distinctive Kind of ‘Intercultural’ Epistemic Injustice
Alicia García Álvarez
Department of Philosophy, Oviedo University, Oviedo (Principality of Asturias), Spain

Chapter 5. Thinking About Interculturality (From the Geopolitical North)
Marina Acero
Department of Philosophy, Oviedo University, Oviedo (Principality of Asturias), Spain

Chapter 6. Intercultural Approaches to Global Poverty
Claudia Delgado Caballero
Department of Philosophy, Oviedo University, Oviedo (Principality of Asturias), Spain

Chapter 7. Urban Diversity, Interculturality and Sustainable Development in Southern Cities: The Case of Yaoundé in Cameroon
Arsène Delors Foyet Gankam
National Advanced School of Engeneery of Maroua, Universty of Maroua, Maroua, Cameroon

Chapter 8. Parenthood Seen from Here and Elsewhere among Cameroonian Women: An Analysis from the Experience of Infertile Women Driven by the Desire for a Child in Cameroon
Paule Marielle Ze
Faculty of Social Sciences, Catholic University of Central Africa, Yaoundé, Cameroon

Chapter 9. Aging and Depopulation: A View from Emptied Asturias
Javier Gil and Raúl Carbajal
Department of Philosophy, Oviedo University, Oviedo (Principality of Asturias), Spain

Chapter 10. Rural Cultural Landscapes: Current Significance and Threats
Daniel Herrera Arenas and David Olay Varillas
Department of Geography, The University of Oviedo, Oviedo (Principality of Asturias), Spain

Chapter 11. Urban Landscapes: Recent Transformations in a Global World
Ícaro Obeso Muñiz
Department of Geography, University of Oviedo, Oviedo, Asturias, Spain

Chapter 12. Digital Territorializations and Technofeminist Perspectives
Marta I. González García and María J. Miranda Suárez
Department of Philosophy, University of Oviedo (Asturias), Spain

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Editor’s ORCID iD

Noelia Bueno Gómez000-0002-1427-9909
Salvador Beato Bergua0000-0001-5538-7685

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