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In­­ter­­cul­tu­ral Feuil­le­ton - To­day from Bu­e­nos Ai­res

Corona

25. Juni 2020 17:00

Miriam Miriam Hanke
Leopold Leopold Lorenzoni

With this blog post, we want to gi­ve peo­ple from around the world and from dif­fe­rent back­grounds the op­por­tu­ni­ty to tell their per­so­nal sto­ries in ti­mes of the Co­ro­na pan­de­mic. To­day with a con­tri­bu­ti­on from Bu­e­nos Ai­res, the ca­pi­tal of Ar­gen­ti­na: Le­o­nar­do Ale­mey­da is 59 years old and works as a train elec­tri­ci­an. On the one hand he sees some good in the lock­down si­tua­ti­o­n, which has cau­sed a de­ce­le­ra­ti­o­n, and ad­mi­res the so­li­da­ri­ty of the peo­ple. On the other hand he is ir­ri­ta­ted and an­gry about the care­less be­ha­vi­or of some po­li­ti­cians. His son Ju­an Ale­mey­da trans­la­tes his ans­wers from Spa­nish to Eng­lish

Intercultural Feuilleton_B

Why this pro­jec­t?

Be­cau­se the Co­ro­na pan­de­mic has now re­a­ched all the coun­tries of the world and is im­pac­ting the li­ves of the ma­jo­ri­ty of the world’s po­pu­la­ti­o­n, we, two stu­dents of Cu­sa­nus Uni­ver­si­ty, are in­te­res­ted in lear­ning about peo­ple in other pla­ces of the world beyond what the me­dia has co­ver­ed. The aim is to en­ter in­to a so­ci­al­ly re­le­vant di­a­logue at the in­ter­face bet­ween aca­de­mic schol­ar­ship and so­ci­e­ty, and to au­then­ti­cal­ly pro­vi­de dif­fe­rent per­spec­ti­ve­s. With this goal in min­d, we want to ask peo­ple from dif­fe­rent re­gi­ons of the world to of­fer their own in­ter­pre­ta­ti­ons, their own nar­ra­ti­ves of the cur­rent si­tua­ti­o­n. No­te: The in­for­ma­ti­on pro­vi­ded here re­pres­ents the in­di­vi­du­al opi­ni­ons and in­di­vi­du­al ex­pe­ri­ences of tho­se per­sons in­ter­view­e­d.