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2019, br. 23, str. 77-100
Između nacionalnih granica i društvenih ograničenjairačke ratne izbeglice u Brazilu i rodne pedagogije (dez)integracije migrantkinja
Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Washington, USA

e-adresabmunem@wustl.edu
Ključne reči: rod; pedagogija; migrantkinje; rodne pedagogije (dez)integracije migrantkinja; granice; kultura; orijentalizam
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Po prelasku nacionalnih i državnih granica, migranti/migrantkinje i izbeglice se često suočavaju sa institucionalnim i društvenim granicama i ograničenjima zasnovanim na rodu i "rasi" upravo tamo gde traže zaštitu i utočište. Zasnovan na etnografskom terenskom radu i istraživanju u Brazilu sa raseljenim izbeglicama rata u Iraku muslimanima/muslimankama, Palestincima/Palestinkama, ovaj rad ispituje vezu obrazovanje-migracije u procesu selekcije izbeglica i u formalnim i neformalnim obrazovnim ustanovama. Tekst razmatra kako ove strukture produkuju i reprodukuju drugost, ali i dinamične metode koje izbeglice koriste da bi se borile i prevazišle ograničenja koja su im nametnuta. Ovaj rad razvija pojam rodnih pedagogija (dez)integracije migranata/migrantkinja da bi se analizirali procesi rodne rasijalizacije koji utiču na pripadanje.
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