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Sociocultural Policies, Spatialities, Relations and Conflicts

This line of research recognizes the relationships of mutual dependence between space, culture and politics. It translates itself, therefore, in the social and cultural practices crossed by the various forms of territorialization and the ways in which social actors take their place in the political world. As such, we are interested in interspersing the phenomena identified from the relations between politics and culture, between culture and heritage, between diversity, difference and otherness, between economy and cultural work, between culture, conflict and power, between sociability and forms of appropriation of the territory, between generational dimensions, etc., in their relations with the multiple forms of producing spaces and the city.

Keywords: territory – culture policies – power – diversity – sociability

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