Interculturality

Where Do We Go From Here?

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  • 1 Dominican University of California jennifer.lucko@dominican.edu
  • 2 University of North Texas arecruz@unt.edu

This issue provides striking examples of how current educational policies and practices play a fundamental role in processes that constitute immigrant and ethnic minority children as ‘others’. This collective compendium not only interweaves theory and practice but also initiates a trans-Atlantic conversation about intercultural education embracing ethnographic cases from North America (Texas), South America (Bolivia) and Europe (Spain). These conversations lead towards an interesting exercise of similarities and differences in how interculturality is used and understood in the classroom, based on the local fluid composition of ideological, ethnic, political and economic factors.

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Anthropology in Action

Journal for Applied Anthropology in Policy and Practice

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