Cities, Migrations and Diversity
It is intended that students acquire a) a critical understanding of the theoretical and methodological references presented in this curriculum unit; b) the ability to draw innovative research problems, based on the literature suggested; c) the capacity to discuss the added value of specific research in the field of multi-ethnic cities, migrations and urban diversity.
Ana Isabel Neto Antunes Afonso
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Total - 168
Classes are divided by: Expositional, of the teacher´s responsibility, followed by debate (60%) Practical, centred in the discussion of selected topics (40%)
Individual presentations in class of a text about a syllabus´ topic(40%), Individual written work (critical reflection exercise with a maximum of 15 pages) (60%)
1. Urban Studies, postcolonialism and globalization 2. Cultural identities in multi-ethnic metropolis 3. Migrations and urban changes 4. Hybridity, inter-ethnic relations and discrimination 5. Beside cities: diasporas and global public spaces.
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