Oliveira, N, Padilla, B, 'Integrating superdiversity in urban governance: the case of inner-city Lisbon' Policy & Politics, (2017), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1332/030557317X14835601760639

This paper analyses how urban governance incorporated migration-driven superdiversity combining cultural and economic development policies. We use the case of Mouraria, a Lisbon neighbourhood, as a site where city strategies accommodate old and new diversities to render a cosmopolitan sense associated to a ‘diversity advantage’ approach. We identify three strategies shaping urban governance: de-ethnicisation of superdiversity and urban growth policies, diversity aestheticisation and the rationale of encounter, and place marketing and city branding. We find that urban governance in a superdiverse neighbourhood relies on policies of economic development and market creation that incorporate cultural diversity from a de-ethnicised perspective.

keywords: urban governance • superdiversity • place marketing • de-ethnicisation

FRANÇA, Thais; PADILLA, Beatriz. Acordos bilateral de cooperação acadêmica entre Brasil e Portugal: Internacionalização ou (pós) colonização universitária? Universidades, v. 5, p. 57-73, 2016.

Among the many actions taken by Brazil to raise the level of internationalization of higher education institutions is increasing bilateral academic cooperation agreements with different countries, such as Portugal. Over the past 15 years, the creation of academic exchange programs, research projects, funding, organizing events and joint publications with Portugal became very common. From an analysis of the measures taken in the context of academic cooperation between the two countries , this article aims to reflect on how this process is structured and developed , taking into account the colonial relations (post) crossing to Brazil and Portugal.

Keywords: Academic internationalization, Colonialism of power / knowledge, Academic cooperation

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