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Wissenschaftliche Events
Wissenschaftliche Events In forschungsorientierten Symposien, Vorträgen und Kolloquien geben Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler Ein- und Ausblicke in ihre Forschungstätigkeit.
10.00 – 19.00 Uhr
Friedrichshafen | SeeCampus, Kolon LZ 1
Cultural Policy Transformations: The Rise of Illiberalism
Working Meeting organised by the Research Cluster on Arts Production and Cultural Policy in Transformation (ACPT).

Working Meeting organised by the Research Cluster on Arts Production and Cultural Policy in Transformation (ACPT). The meeting is targeted at discussing contemporary cultural policy transformations, specifically the rise of illiberal and populist parties and movements and finding ways how to address these developments through research collaboration.

The international cultural policy researchers invited will addresses urgent questions such as:

  • How do the rise of populist, nationalist and illiberal parties and movements affect cultural policy and the production of arts?
  • How do measures such as censorship and media control, budget cuts and exchange of leadership personnel impact art and cultural institutions?
  • How do art and cultural institutions act and react upon those transformations of cultural policies?
  • How do counter-movements form and how do they try and react, e.g. by means of creative protest?
  • What is the role of cities e.g. as spaces of progress, freedom and tolerance—and how does this relate to developments in peripheral and rural regions?
  • What kind of cultural policy discourses do right-or left-wing, populist forces generate, how do they influence decision-making and the public sphere?

 

The following researchers will be taking part at the meeting:
Constance DeVereaux (University of Connecticut), Tal Feder (Indiana University), Tobias Harding (University College of South-East Norway), Nanna Kann-Rasmussen (University of Copenhagen), Banu Karaca (Forum Transregionale Studien), Marcin Poprawski (University of Poznan), Anke Schad-Spindler (Zeppelin University), Goran Tomka and Višnja Kisic (University of Belgrade/Novi Sad), Martin Tröndle (Zeppelin University), Aron Weigl (EDUCULT Vienna), Mariano Martín Zamoran (University of Barcelona)


The working meeting is open for members of Zeppelin University, for registration and further information please contact Julian Stahl (julian.stahl@zu.de).
 

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Working Meeting organised by the Research Cluster on Arts Production and Cultural Policy in Transformation (ACPT).

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Kolon LZ 1

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Do, 05.03.2020, 10:00 Uhr - 19:00 Uhr

Working Meeting organised by the Research Cluster on Arts Production and Cultural Policy in Transformation (ACPT). The meeting is targeted at discussing contemporary cultural policy transformations, specifically the rise of illiberal and populist parties and movements and finding ways how to address these developments through research collaboration.

The international cultural policy researchers invited will addresses urgent questions such as:

  • How do the rise of populist, nationalist and illiberal parties and movements affect cultural policy and the production of arts?
  • How do measures such as censorship and media control, budget cuts and exchange of leadership personnel impact art and cultural institutions?
  • How do art and cultural institutions act and react upon those transformations of cultural policies?
  • How do counter-movements form and how do they try and react, e.g. by means of creative protest?
  • What is the role of cities e.g. as spaces of progress, freedom and tolerance—and how does this relate to developments in peripheral and rural regions?
  • What kind of cultural policy discourses do right-or left-wing, populist forces generate, how do they influence decision-making and the public sphere?

 

The following researchers will be taking part at the meeting:
Constance DeVereaux (University of Connecticut), Tal Feder (Indiana University), Tobias Harding (University College of South-East Norway), Nanna Kann-Rasmussen (University of Copenhagen), Banu Karaca (Forum Transregionale Studien), Marcin Poprawski (University of Poznan), Anke Schad-Spindler (Zeppelin University), Goran Tomka and Višnja Kisic (University of Belgrade/Novi Sad), Martin Tröndle (Zeppelin University), Aron Weigl (EDUCULT Vienna), Mariano Martín Zamoran (University of Barcelona)


The working meeting is open for members of Zeppelin University, for registration and further information please contact Julian Stahl (julian.stahl@zu.de).