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Europe / Mediterranean: Media Treatment of the Immigrant
People define their own behaviour on the basis of their perception of Others, as well as of the expectations they have towards them, paying particular attention to the socio-cultural context of belonging and the reference ...
Beyond the Disciplinary Borders : A New Challenge
Present society needs a new approach to knowledge, mainly required by the fast succession of the transformation of society and by the multidimensionality of the daily life problems. It is necessary, therefore, a more and ...
Picking Up the Brush for Emperors and Sultans. Imperial Portraits as Representations of Power in The Early Modern Mediterranean (Ca. 1450-Ca. 1650)
This paper aims to discuss the influence of interdependently effective political discourses and cultural differences in early modern Mediterranean regarding the motives for official state portraiture. Therefore, the paper ...
A Third Wave of Remembering The Mediterranean Sea as a Septic Tank
The argument focuses on the differences in methods of historiographies as put forth by David Abulafia and Fernand Braudel. Their object-of-study is the Mediterranean Sea. Abulafia focuses primarily on human beings making ...
Migration and Integration Policies on Social and Labor Market standpoints inside the European Union
(Fisciano: ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge, 2018)
This paper aims at shedding light on integration measures for immigrants employed at EU level. The focus of the discussion accounts for an integrated top-down and bottom-up series of approaches toward the management of the ...
A Conversation on Cinematic Representation and Resistance in the films "Altered Landscapes" (2016) by Juan del Gado and "The People Behind the Scenes" (2019), by Elsa Claire Gomis
This is a conversation between Juan del Gado and Elsa Gomis about their respective films. Juan del Gado has made the film Altered Landscapes (2016), which is the first part of a cinematically projected triptych entitled ...
Review of Franco Ferrarotti, La vocazione del Mediterraneo, Chieti, Solfanelli, 2018
Review of the book La vocazione del Mediterraneo [The vocation of the Mediterranean], by Franco Ferrarotti, Chieti: Edizioni Solfanelli, 2018. ISBN: 978-88-3305-028-7.
Report of the Conference Cultures, Hopes and Conflicts. The Mediterranean between Land and Sea
Report of the Conference about the Mediterranean held at the University of Salerno in September 2017, involving scholars of several disciplines.
Driving Reflections about the Mediterranean Migrations
The present paper refers to the general theoretical framing upon migrations and Mediterranean. It is an example of multidisciplinary view, which intertwines philosophic aspects and sociological requirements in a clearly ...