¿Por qué Chile? Un análisis post crítico sobre los discursos de escala en la movilidad académica internacional

César Augusto Ferrari Martinez

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La movilidad académica internacional es parte de una trama de políticas de internacionalización que producen diferencia entre lo global y lo local, definiendo lo que se consideran buenas prácticas en la pedagogía y en la gestión universitarias. Está basada en imaginarios espaciales fijos acerca de la globalización, de las fronteras, de las naciones y de los movimientos. De la misma manera, fundamentada en prácticas de mercado que utilizan estrategias empresariales para clasificar y jerarquizar, la internacionalización produce lugares de excelencia y sostiene una cartografía epistemológica asimétrica. En este artículo, se identifican en la literatura enunciados lineales de escala tales como interculturalidad, inmersión, campus internacional, entre otros. Nuevas herramientas teóricas son propuestas para complejizar y profundizar tales conceptos, por las cuales se entiende que las trayectorias de los estudiantes interncionales no son estáticas.

 

*** Por que Chile? Uma análise pós-crítica sobre os discursos de escala na mobilidade acadêmica internacional ***

A mobilidade acadêmica internacional é parte de uma trama de políticas de internacionalização que produzem diferença entre o global e o local, definindo o que se considera como boas práticas na pedagogia e gestão universitárias. Está baseada em imaginários espaciais fixos sobre a globalização, as fronteiras, as nações e os movimentos. Da mesma forma, fundamentada em práticas de mercado que utilizam estratégias corporativas para classificar e hierarquizar, a internacionalização produz lugares de excelência e sustenta uma cartografia epistemológica assimétrica. Neste artigo, se identificam na literatura enunciados lineais de escala, tais como interculturalidade, imersão, campus internacional, entre outros. Novas ferramentas teóricas são propostas para complexificar e aprofundar tais conceitos, pelas quais se entende que as trajetórias dos estudantes não são estáticas.

Palavras-chave: Internacionalização. Mobilidade acadêmica internacional. Escala. Abordagem pós-crítica.


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Internacionalización. Movilidad académica internacional. Escala. Acercamiento post crítico.

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