Newsletter #6 – Retrospect of ICCPR 2014

ICCPR_01_Gad_sA retrospect of the 8th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research

About 450 participants from more than 70 countries contributed to the conference…

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Cultural Policy in Lower Saxony. Function and Effects, Structures and Strategies

The Department of Cultural Policy at the University of Hildesheim is evidently a perceived entity not only at national but also international level…

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ICCPR_03_Scherer_sThe Anthropocene. The Cultural-Policy Consequences of a New Geological Age

The new era is announcing itself along dramatic lines. They have a dramatic form, and they indicate an unusual course of events on our planet…

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ICCPR_04_El Husseiny_sCultural Policies in the Arab Region

Many of you know how poorly cultural policies in our region meet the needs of our societies for free creative expression, spaces for imagination and reflection, ways to recognize cultural diversities, and platforms for criticism…

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ICCPR_05_Hampel_sCultural Policy and Processes of Transformation
International Research, Debate and Funding

The first semi-plenary session looked at how culture and applied arts can trigger the processes of social change…

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ICCPR_06_Fink_sCultural Policy and Arts Education

For the first time at ICCPR, the second session turned the spotlight on the subject of arts education. The link between arts education and cultural policy has only been touched on at previous ICCPRs…

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ICCPR_11_sCultural Policy and Participation

This semi-plenary session was divided into two sections: Cultural management strategies for participation in arts institutions and Cultural life of a district or region…

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ICCPR_07_Vickery_sObserver’s Notes

Internationalization and Cooperation in Cultural Policy Research. A review of ICCPR from the Mexican, British, South African and German perspective…

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ICCPR_13_Mandel_sCultural Policy between Agency and Theory. Impressions of Hildesheim

It can be difficult to gain a clear overview of large academic conferences. ICCPR2014 in Hildesheim provided a forum for more than 200 individual presentations…

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ICCPR_08_Speckmann_sWhich Cultural Policy?
How? Where from? Who for?

Three snapshots from the speed dating session in Berlin.

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ICCPR_09_sThe ICCPR 2014. Concluding Remarks

15 years have passed since the first conference, which took place in Bergen, Norway, in 1999. Since then subsequent ICCPR conferences have been organised more or less every second year around in world…

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See You 2016 in Seoul, South Korea!