Confin(at)i Mediterranei e Afroamericani. Una performance geografica sulla disumanizzazione

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Abstract

Studying the Mediterranean question only within the university spaces is not enoughto allow us to return to public opinion a multifaceted reality that is proposed with a single password:invasion. The performance of And Europe dehumanized itself has allowed me to present a story ofslaves and fugitives for a wider audience. Focused on Toni Morrison’s book, Beloved, it bouncesbetween the effects of the stories of the Black Atlantic and those of today’s Mediterranean.This essay aims to trace some directions that can help investigate the different borderlines thatmark the roughness of our globe’s modernity. To do this, it tries to answer to three fundamentalquestions: can we speak of a national political space that takes universal rights into account?Consequently, can we talk about ethics when we analyse migration? And finally, can we talk aboutmigration as an umbrella term?
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)161-168
Numero di pagine8
RivistaMEMORIE GEOGRAFICHE
Volume18
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2020

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