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Art challenging what Europe is about

Ulrike Meinhof explains why the cultural productions of migrants from all around the world are part of European Culture.

In this video, Ulrike Meinhof, from the University of Southampton, explains that she conceives European culture as the mixing of elements and artefacts from all around the world.

She challenges the traditional understanding of European culture, in her research on the cultural production of migrants in Europe. She argues that their art productions, which result from the interaction of diverse influences, is part of European culture, although it is often labelled as non-European.

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