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MI201 Lecture 4: Cultural Diversity in the Mediterranean
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Department
Mediterranean Studies
Course Code
MI201
Professor
Abderrahman Beggar

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MI201
Monday September 25th 2017
Lecture 4
Crea-Culture (Bouraoui)
Is culture given? Is it an apriori?
o Is culture something that comes to us before we are born?
Yes because we are born into a culture and a specific place
We recreate culture according to our personal interests, interactions, beliefs and
sensitivities
Ex. Food, dance, etc.
Crea-culture knows how to make culture something that is for our own benefit
Cultural Diversity in the Mediterranean
Origin of Latin: Sanskrit
What is the Mediterranean?
o See Yves Lacoste
o From Morocco to the desert of Arabia
o Including the Black Sea
o Three Mediterraneans ased o…
Diversity
Hegemonic desires
Superpower countries who want control
Tensions
History of violence
Relations: deep complexity
Ex. Changing borders
5000 Years of World History
o Borders are changing all the time
o We have many things in common
The Asian (10 States)
“ea of Chia ko as The Asia Mediterraea y Yes Laoste
o Culturally diverse but lots of tension and complexity
o Includes Korea and Japan (has a violent past, tried to control the Sea of China)
o Relationship with the Mediterranean: trade of goods
Multicultural Mediterranean
Mooultural odel as a pure ideologial ostrut
Mediterranean: interactions, hybridity, metissage, and identity negotiation
Proximity: Mediterranean: around 4200km from west to east
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MI201 Monday September 25 2017h Lecture 4 Crea-Culture (Bouraoui) • Is culture given? Is it an apriori? o Is culture something that comes to us before we are born? ▪ Yes because we are born into a culture and a specific place • We recreate culture according to our personal interests, interactions, beliefs and sensitivities • Ex. Food, dance, etc. • Crea-culture knows how to make culture something that is for our own benefit Cultural Diversity in the Mediterranean • Origin of Latin: Sanskrit • What is the Mediterranean? o See Yves Lacoste o From Morocco to the desert of Arabia o Including the Black Sea o Three Mediterraneans based on… ▪ Diversity ▪ Hegemonic desires • Superpower countries who want control ▪ Tensions • History of violence
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