This essay focuses on two phases occurring simultaneously.He also state that transculturalism is base. On the breaking down of boundaries, and is contrary to multiculturalism.
POLICY ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ( 4 pages) In this section. You will assess the policy using the TRANSCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE (TCP). You do not need to apply all the elements of the transcultural model. But you must apply at least two elements.
In 1940, transculturalism was originally defined by Fernando Ortiz, a Cuban scholar, base on the article Nuestra America (1881) by José Marti. From Marti Gra’s idea, Ortiz thought that transculturalism was the key in legitimizing the [hemispheric] identity.
Thus Ortiz defined transculturalism as the synthesis of two phases occurring simultaneously, one being a deculturalization of the past with a métissage (see métis, as in the Métis population of Canada and the United States) with the present, which further means the “reinventing of the new common culture”.
According to Lamberto Tassinari, the director of Vice Versa. A transcultural magazine in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Transculturalism is a new form of humanism base on the idea of relinquishing. The strong traditional identities and cultures which […] were [the]. Products of imperialistic empires […] interspers with dogmatic religious values. Tassinari further declare that transculturalism opposes the singular traditional cultures that evolve from the nation-state. He also state that transculturalism is base. On the breaking down of boundaries, and is contrary to multiculturalism.
And that in transculturalism the concept of culture is at the center of the nation-state. The disappearance of the nationstate itself. In this context, German cultural scholar Dagmar Reichardt stresses the didactical relevance. A paradigmatic shift in academia through Transcultural Studies. Mainly focusing on the European model of conviviality. A globalize world focusing on French didactics and on Italian culture.
Another source of transculturalism is the work of American and Russian critical thinker Mikhail Epstein. Beginning in 1982, and later supported by Ellen Berry, Arianna Dagnino, Slobodanka Vladiv–Glover and others.