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Date of holding: 27/07/2012

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Cultural markets in globalization: production, circulation and reception of the difference is funded by the non-oriented basic research program of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness in which research staff of 14 universities of Spain, Portugal, France, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia participate. The main objective "is the diagnosis of the degree of influence over the cultural production of the postcolonial subject, immigrant and diasporic by neoliberal ideologies, material circumstances and market forces."

Jeff Derksen
Author, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Conference introduced by Dr. Belén Martín Lucas
Professor at the department of English, French and German Philology, Faculty of Philology and Translation, University of Vigo
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