Rather than defining the hegemony of “Othering” as the starting point (and often the final point) of the debate on shared living space a post-migrant society, the focus is placed on community and “the shared” as guiding principles. The concept of conviviality, among others, presents a new quality of social relationships that strive for practical forms of coexistence with as little violence as possible. The debate takes place in the conflicting areas of functional, “everyday” living together and (global) relations of power, domination and violence which shape shared living space and often render it impossible.
Contact: Mag. Dr. Viktorija Ratković