Transborder planning: examples from Latin America

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Clara Irazàbal
Publishing Year 2014 Issue 2014/69 Language Italian
Pages 11 P. 7-17 File size 365 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2014-069001
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Le discipline spaziali sono chiamate ad interrogarsi con maggiore attenzione sul ruolo che le dinamiche transnazionali hanno nella configurazione del paesaggio contemporaneo, nelle sue forme urbane, sociali ed identitarie. Lo studio di processi transnazionali nel contesto latino-americano, all’interno e al di là delle sue frontiere politiche, sociali, culturali e simboliche, mostra come le popolazioni migranti trascendano, negozino e ridisegnino i confini dei regimi di potere esistenti, attraverso le proprie pratiche abitative e di mobilità a diverse scale. Transbordering Latin Americas, ultimo progetto del Latin Lab della Columbia University, presenta una serie di ricerche che ragionano sulla diffusione globale d’immaginari, modi d’abitare e luoghi latino-americani che riflettono e, al contempo, contestano le dinamiche transnazionali del capitalismo globale

Keywords: Processi urbani transnazionali: transbordering planning; pratiche migranti

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Clara Irazàbal, Transbordering planning: esempi dalle Americhe Latine in "TERRITORIO" 69/2014, pp 7-17, DOI: 10.3280/TR2014-069001