The 11th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR 2020)

1st – 4th September 2020 at Doshisha University, Kyoto Japan

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The 11th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR 2020)
“Resilience of Cultural Policy”
1st - 4th September 2020 at Doshisha University, Kyoto
In association with the Japan Association for Cultural Policy Research

The 11th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR 2020) will be held in the historical city of Japan, Kyoto. Hosted by Doshisha University in association with the Japan Association for Cultural Policy Research, ICCPR 2020 would like to welcome researchers and educators in the fields of cultural policy from all over the world.

More information will be available in due course.

Important Dates

Submission of proposals opens October 15th, 2019
Deadline for submission of proposals December 13th 23:59 GMT, 2019

Call for Proposals

Theme

The theme of ICCPR 2020 is Resilience of Cultural Policy. In the rapid globalization and digital transformation of recent years, one major challenge for cultural policy seems to be how best to maintain or strengthen regional, local or various representations of communities’ own culture. Cultural policies of many nations, in the meantime, are increasingly expected to work with (or for) other policy areas such as economic development, social inclusion and urban planning. Is such an approach to cultural policy crossing many policy areas negatively affecting 'cultural policy proper' concerns? Was there any time in history when cultural policy was independent, autonomous and detached from socio-economic aims of government? To what extent is cultural policy of today 'resilient', or should it be so? ‘Resilient’ to what forces and in what directions? These are some of the issues this conference would like to address with invited guests and participants from all over the world.

Scope

ICCPR 2020 invites participants to present papers from across the entire spectrum of cultural policy studies. This includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • Cultural policy and globalisation
  • Cultural policies of migration, identities and acculturation
  • Cultural policy, religion and secularism
  • Cultural policy and global governance of networks and platforms
  • Global governance of cultural content, service and labour flows
  • Management and global governance of cultural data
  • Politics of culture and cultural policies in multiple modernities
  • Cultural policies and global inequalities
  • Governance of cultural diversity
  • Cultural sustainability policies
  • Culture in environmental policy
  • Intellectuals and cultural policy
  • Cultural policy and values
  • Historiographies of cultural policy
  • Implicit cultural policy
  • Comparative cultural policy
  • Arts education policy
  • Cultural policy and cultural industries
  • Artist policy
  • Creativity and the city
  • Cultural policy and development policy
  • Cultural policy as welfare policy
  • Culture and economy
  • Cultural policy and innovation systems
  • Cultural policy, cultural diplomacy and international relations

Proposal Categories

  • Single papers
  • Panel proposals
  • Papers for Young Researchers' Workshop

Guidelines for proposals

Single papers

The proposal must not exceed 500 words (excluding the reference list) and should include the following:

  1. Research questions that the paper will address
  2. Methodological approach
  3. Results
  4. Description of what is original about the research

Panel proposals

Panels should involve between three and five speakers (we recommend four). The proposal must not exceed 1000 words (excluding the reference list) and should include the descriptions of the core idea for the panel as well as short descriptions of all included papers (please aim to follow the guidelines for single papers above).

Young Researchers' Workshop for postgraduate students (Masters' and early Doctral)

ICCPR 2020 will launch a new pre-conference workshop for younger researchers. Please download the details and read them carefully if you are interested.

The proposal must not exceed 500 words (excluding the reference list) and should include the following:

  1. Research questions that the paper will address
  2. Methodological approach
  3. Results
  4. Description of what is original about the research

Download for Additional detail for Young Researchers' Workshop.

submit paper/panel/workshop proposal

All submissions must be in English and will be peer-reviewed.

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