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2018 ENCATC Education and Research Session
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When: Friday, September 28, 2018
Where: Bucharest
Romania

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The 26th ENCATC Congress “Beyond EYCH2018. What is the cultural horizon? Opening up perspectives to face ongoing transformations” will be organized from September 26–29, 2018 in Bucharest, Romania. Alongside this major international event, ENCATC will organize the Education and Research Session on Friday, September 28, 2018.

Topics of Interest:

Themes related to the main topic of the Congress, “Beyond EYCH2018. What is the cultural horizon? Opening up perspectives to face ongoing transformations” are encouraged to address the critical and inclusive views of cultural heritage and its relation with other cultural and creative sectors:

1) Understanding heritage as a phenomenon: Philosophical foundations, ethical, managerial and policy implications, cultural embeddedness and contextual constraints.

2) Post-colonial and neo-colonial practices in heritage making, management, tourism, and culture-led development programmes to combat inequalities and asymmetrical power distribution in the world.

3) From cultural heritage to heritage communities–Cultural and managerial transformations. What are the challenges for cultural management and policy education, research and practice?

4) Cultural management and policy education to tackle ongoing transformations. What is the role of education? Are the current education programmes adequate? Are there any new educational needs? What are the main implications on pedagogical practices and teaching methodologies?

5) Cross-sectoral approach to cultural heritage sustainability and heritage-led innovation: How the other sectors and areas of cultural management and policy could connect with, contribute to, and be affected by cultural heritage? How does the cross-sectoral approach affect professions and management in the cultural and creative sector? What are the best and worst practices?

For more information, or the CFP (due May 25, 2018), visit the AFS Review.


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