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Cultural Policy and Populism Yearbook 2017 2018


Milena Dragicevic Sesic Jonathan Vickery Der.

Eylül 2018 - 192 Syf.

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Cultural Policy and Populism.

FOCUS (Editors: Milena Dragicevic Šešic, Jonathan Vickery)

• Introduction – Milena Dragicevic Šešic, Jonathan Vickery • The Mainstreaming of Right-Wing Populism in Europe – Ayhan Kaya • Eurocentrism in European Arts Management – Raphaela Henze • The Rhetoric of Cultural Development and Paradox of Populism in Cultural Policy – Ana Zuvela and Dea Vidovic • Culture, Populism and the Public: New Labour’s Early Policy Innovations and a Paradigm creation of a Social Instrumentalism – Jonathan Vickery • The EBBS and Flows of Arts and Culture Policy: The South African Experience – Mike van Graan • A conceptual framework on right and left-wing populist cultural policies: similitudes and differences from the Argentina case – Mariano Martín Zamorano and Lluís Bonet • The populist 2017 Electoral Campaign and Cultural Policy: A Case Study of the Return of “Outcast” Zeljko Kerum onto the Croatian Political Scene – Marko Mustapic, Benjamin Perasovic, Augustin Derado • Politics of Populism: Power and Protest in the Global Age – Evren Balta, Soli Özel • Maze of Choices: Art in Public Spaces Between Politics and Creative Practices – Elona Lubyté • Value of Arts and Curatorial Agency in the Post-political: Condition: Creative Europe towards Economic Core Aims – Ana Letunic • Why God Loves the Dreams of Serbian Artists or Art and Culture on the Battleground of Populism – Stevan Vukovic

OPEN SPACE (Editor: Gökçe Dervişoğlu Okandan)

• Questions on Institutions – Vasıf Kortun • Creative Platforms: Global Phenomenon, Local Examples and Lessons – Emre Erbirer • Cultural Policy as Historical Ontology: On the Governmentalization of Art – Berndt Clavier, Asko Kauppinen

REVIEW (Editors: Funda Lena, Adil Serhan Şahin)

• An Assessment of Community Filmmaking: Diversity, Practices and Places – Seda Kılıç Aktaş • Report of the Third National Culture Council – Didem Balatlıoğulları • Book Review: Cultural Diplomacy: Arts, Festivals and Geopolitics – Rada Drezgic