Culture, Identity and Representations
This research profile examines communication and representations in various types of media, with focus on how social and cultural identities are constructed and presented within the field of tension between the individual and the collective, the minority and the majority, the local and the global, the secular and the religious, and the present and the historic.
Here, questions about cultural meetings, conflicts of values as well as identity processes are examined, the focus of study being socio-cultural discourse and forms of representations that define and constantly renegotiate who we are and who we can be.
This research profile comprises a number of research groups working in collaboration, with a base in Humanities and Linguistics, as well as in Social Sciences and Media Studies.
Head of Research
Professor of Intercultural Studies
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