Tuesday, July 6th 4 PM – 6 PM
Webinar on Zoom
Webinar on Zoom
The Webinar opens with a reflection on the theory and practices of intercultural education and the need to push the debate on models of ‘management’ of ‘diversity’ beyond European borders.
The reflection is followed by an exclusive interview with Tariq Modood, central exponent of the current social and political debate on ‘Interculturalism vs Multiculturalism’.
The meeting ends with the a multidisciplinary dialogue on
Mariagrazia Santagati, Education Department, Fondazione ISMU
Presentation of the book “Intercultural Education: Critical Perspectives, Pedagogical Challenges and Promising Practices” (2020)
Cinzia Pica-Smith, Department of Human Service and Rehabilitation Studies, Assumption University, Worcester, MA, USA
Carmen N. Veloria, Education Department, Suffolk University, Boston, MA, USA.
Rina Manuela Contini, Department of Business Economics, Università di Chieti-Pescara, Italy
Interviewed with Tariq Modood (Department of Sociology and Politics, Director of University Bristol Research Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, University of Bristol, UK)
Carried out by Rina Manuela Contini
Roundtable Interculturalism in a global world. A multidisciplinary outlook
Paola Dusi, Department of Human Science, Università di Verona, Italy
Adine Gavazzi, UNESCO Chair in Anthropology of Health, Biosphere and Healing Systems
Anna Bussu, Department of Applied Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University, UK
The webinar will be in English.
Target audience: researchers, experts, academics and professionals who work in educational, psychosocial and anthropologic fields, and to professionals and teachers of schools of all levels.
The Webinar aims to share the critical analysis that emerged in the volume Intercultural Education: Critical Perspectives, Pedagogical Challenges and Promising Practices, co-edited by Cinzia Pica-Smith, Carmen N. Veloria and Rina Manuela Contini, which brings together scholars and professionals from different regions of the world (United States, Latin America, New Zealand, Mauritius, Europe), who critically analyze the intercultural framework and its educational declination from a multidisciplinary perspective.
To learn more about the volume CLICK HERE