On Creolizing Conviviality
Encarnación Gutiérrez Rodríguez focuses on conviviality and examines the ethical underpinning of the project of creolization for ‘living together’. Discussing creolization as an ethics of conviviality, she explores first, the epistemic implications of creolization within the Caribbean epistemological framework of ‘Antilleanity’, and second, contrasts this proposal with current debates in Europe focusing on cultural mixing. In particular, the focus lies on current political debates on integration in Germany and the United Kingdom. Third, she explores the potential of creolization in people’s everyday lives by engaging with ethnographic research conducted between 2010 and 2012 in Manchester on ‘Latinizing Manchester’, with Latin American and Spanish diasporic networks.
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