II Congress on Sciences, Technologies and Cultures.Dialogue among the Disciplines of Knowledge.Looking at the future of Latin America and the Caribbean, October 29 and November 1 ,2010 at the Universidad de Santiago de Chile USACH.
The Study Net on Migrations, Nationalism and Citizenship (USACH 2008) invites you to take part in the Symposium.
The Challenges of Globalization. Conceptual, Historical and Present Problematic Prospects regarding Migrations, Citizenship and Nationalisms in Europe and America.
Dr Martha Ruffini (Universidad del Comahue, Argentina).
Mg Maria Eugenia Cruset (universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina).
Dr Hélcio Ribeiro (Universidade Presbiteriana MacKenzie, Brazil).
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The political, economical, social and cultural transformation of the last thirty years have placed some concepts again in the centre of the discussions about the challenges provoked by the so-called “global era”. Changes in historical configuration which today question the existence of the Nation-State, the interaction and interconnection between people and organizations through markets and global informatic nets, the questions around cultural diversity, the problematic of migrations and its relationship with the rebirth of nationalisms and the crisis of the concept of citizenship worked out in modern times invite researchers to reflect jointly on these problems, their history, their present and their future.
With the summons we continue with reflections began at the symposium which took place at the I International Congress on Knowledge (Santiago de Chile 2008) and the 53rd Americanist Congress (Mexico 2009) which resulted in the creation of a Net (www internacionaldelconocimiento.org) and the publication of a recently edited book which takes the most significant ideas of the I International Congress on Knowledge.
We invite colleagues of all disciplines who work on these subjects to participate. Those papers which deal with conceptual, methodological, historical and present problematics of citizenship will be especially welcomed. Proposals will be received in Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Paper summaries are accepted (200 words) and institutional ascriptions up to May 31 2010. Papers (15 pages max.) up to August 31, 2010. Only approved papers will be accepted at the symposium.
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