Núm. 23 (2020): Monográfico: Migraciones y fronteras de la justicia
Artículos

“Vivir entre fronteras”: vulnerabilidad y transformación de la identidad en la era de la globalización

MariaCaterina La Barbera
Universidad Antonio de Nebrija
Portada del número 23 de Bajo Palabra
Publicado noviembre 16, 2020

Palabras clave:

Globalización, identidad, migraciones internacionales, sentido de pertenencia, concepciones de la ciudadanía, vulnerabilidad, género, interseccionalidad
Cómo citar
La Barbera, M. (2020). “Vivir entre fronteras”: vulnerabilidad y transformación de la identidad en la era de la globalización. Bajo Palabra, (23), 261-286. https://doi.org/10.15366/bp.2020.23.010

Resumen

La hiperconexión, desterritorialización y aceleración de la vida social que caracterizan la globalización implican una resignificación de los conceptos de territorio, frontera y pertenencia a la comunidad política. Mientras capitales, negocios y turismo son cada vez más transnacionales, en la era de la globalización proliferan muros, vallas y políticas migratorias restrictivas que ubican a las personas migrantes en situación de especial vulnerabilidad. La perspectiva de la interseccionalidad permite identificar tanto las situaciones de especial vulnerabilidad de las personas migrantes –en la intersección de múltiples estructuras generizadas y racializadas de exclusión– como la interconexión entre los distintos factores que definen las situaciones de poder y privilegio de manera dinámica. Poner el foco en la negociación de la identidad en los procesos migratorios desde esta perspectiva permite vislumbrar un espacio para redefinir la resiliencia y la agencia individual. Este artículo argumenta que la posición liminar de “vivir entre fronteras” puede generar un terreno fértil para repensar los conceptos básicos de la organización social, abandonando conceptos caducos.

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