Centre for the Study of Superdiversity (Babylon)
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Original title: Centre for Studies of Multilingualism and the Multicultural Society (Babylon) -- Centrum voor Studies van Meertaligheid in de Multiculturele Samenleving.
Focus on interdisciplinary and collective research efforts, in an attempt to explore the limits of current disciplinary frameworks, covering issues that occur at the strictly local level as well as on the global level, and creating a sound basis for comparative work and theoretical generalization, by means of paradigmatic orientations towards super-diversity, complexity and mediation, with an immediate contact with partners in the field; develop superdiversity as a research paradigm, and as an international focus of research in a wider and interdisciplinary body of scholarship, giving particular attention to the superdiverse aspects of e-culture.
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