Paola Giorgis

Paola Giorgis
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PhD in Anthropology of Education and Intercultural Education Faculty of Philosophy and Education University of Turin Italy

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Introduction
Paola Giorgis is a practictioner and an independent scholar. She is co-founder and member of womaned, women's studies in anthropology and education. Paola does research in Critical Applied Linguistics, Foreign Language Education, Intercultural Education, Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics and Peace Education. Her most recent publication is 'Meeting Foreignness. Foreign Languages and Foreign Language Education as Critical and Intercultural Experiences.'. She currently works on how words and language (re)produce different narratives of Otherness and how such constructions can be problematized.

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Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present the collaborative, analytical and methodological premises of In Other Words, a research project consisting on the creation and development of an online dictionary of keywords which are shaping the narratives of different forms of Otherness. In Other Words is a critical, collective, creative and intercul...
Book
How is Foreignness defined by language? Who has the power to define the ‘foreigner’ as such, on which grounds, from which positioning, for which purposes? And within such premises, which is the role of foreign languages in defining, or challenging, Foreignness? This book reflects on the concept of Foreignness from a special lens, that of foreign...
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One of the aspects of Urban Education is that of diversity as it displays in daily experiences, practices and interactions in multicultural contexts. Diversity between and within groups challenges reification and preassumptions on cultures, and it engages the discourse of the complexity of identity, thus avoiding to stereotype both the ‘cultural’ a...

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The project consists of the development of an online dictionary of contextualized keywords, which have been shaping different forms of Otherness juxtaposed to some creative proposals to problematize and reverse such narratives. https://www.iowdictionary.org