Confluenze. Rivista di Studi Iberoamericani

CONFLUENZE – ISSN 2036-0967 is an online peer review journal dedicated to Latin American studies in social sciences and humanities.

CONFLUENZE is an online peer review journal dedicated to Latin American studies in social sciences and humanities.

CONFLUENZE adopts a interdisciplinary perspective through the encounter and dialogue of different approaches taking into account the several cultures of the Ibero-American worlds. Confluenze aims to contribute to advancing the Ibero-American mutual and reciprocal understanding through the production and broad dissemination of research papers in and around the fields of social sciences and humanities from a interdisciplinary point of view. The journal focuses on the Ibero-American regions, but welcomes contributions from neighbouring areas such as the Caribbean, lusophone Africa, North-America and Europe.

CONFLUENZE is indexed, among others, on Scopus, DOAJ, Dialnet, BASE, Scirus, Latindex, MLA, Ulrich's.

Contact: confluenze@unibo.it

 

Announcements

 

Call for Papers: Ibi–Alibi. Intimacy practices and visions from migrants’ descendants in Latin America

 

The dossier addresses the theme "post-migratory generations" in contemporary Latin America. It focuses on the dynamics of production, incorporation and construction of practices and imaginaries produced by descendants of migrants and connected to the immigrant ancestors and their places of origin. Part of the Latin American population incorporated the migratory experience of their relatives and ancestors. Descendants from the second to the fifth generation practice and construct imaginaries of "intimacy" based on the constant dialectic between “ibi” and “alibi”, here and there. Ibi is the place of close relations and contact with the family and migrant ancestors, while "alibi" is the place from where the migrants arrived and that exerts its force of attraction as that of another world.

Submission deadline: 30th of November 2017.

 
Posted: 2017-07-12 More...
 
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Vol 9, No 1 (2017): Immigrazione, trasformazione sociale e identità


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