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XIII(1) | 2006
Périphéries des villes, périphéries du monde

Urban peripheries, global peripheries
Periferias urbanas, periferias do mundo
Lusotopie XIII-1 couverture
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Credits: Louis Marrou

Lusotopie is an international comparatist journal devoted to political analysis of contemporary spaces stemming from Portuguese history and colonization. It deals with general issues in political analysis (nationalism, ethnicity, neo-liberalism, State reform, federalism, gender, civil war, media, civil society, election, etc.): it provides an original approach within this heterogeneous postcolonial space on the four continents and in numerous Diasporas. Founded in 1994, Lusotopie has published a wide range of contributions from researchers of over 30 different nationalities, often from Southern countries. It has brought up an egalitarian dialogue space thanks to use of three international languages (French, Portuguese and English).

Editor's notes

Ont participé à l’élaboration du volume XIII (1), 2006 : Béatrice Hibou, Bérangère Marques Pereira, Brigitte Lachartre, Camille Goirand, Christine Chivallon, Christine Deslaurier, Elisabeth Vignati, Frédéric Durand, Gérald Gaillard, Graciete Besse, Helder da Costa, Inge Brinkman, Isabel Castro Henriques, Jacqueline Vivès, Jeanne Penvenne, Joe Hanlon, Kathie Sheldon, Lars Rüdebeck, Marina Temudo, Marissa Moorman, Michel Cahen, Nuno Vidal, Odile Goerg, Rubén Llois-Gonzales, Victor Pereira, Vítor Matias Ferreira.

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