[Air-L] International Conference for Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR) CFP deadline extended to February 5th

Indrek Ibrus ibrus at tlu.ee
Mon Jan 22 02:18:07 PST 2018

Dear AoIR community,

The deadline for proposals for the 10th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR) was extended to *February 5th*, 2018. Submission takes place here: http://iccpr2018.tlu.ee/proposal-submission/ <http://iccpr2018.tlu.ee/proposal-submission/>

ICCPR 2018 will take place in Tallinn, Estonia August 21-25. The conference will be hosted by Tallinn University. All information about the conference can be found here: http://iccpr2018.tlu.ee/ <http://iccpr2018.tlu.ee/>

The theme of ICCPR 2018 is “The Cultural Governance of Global Flows: Past and Future”. 
The theme refers to the emergence of complex global flows that present contemporary societies with novel challenges and have high relevance for shaping but also understanding cultural policy in the making worldwide. These include forced as well as unforced migrations; new global divisions in cultural labour; cultural tourism; novel forms of content distribution; emergent international networks and platforms enabling cultural exchange; global trade with (big) data on cultural practices; and attempts of reimagining and re-evaluating shared values, to name some. The conference expects to address not only the present situation and future strategies but invites investigations into the archaeologies and histories of contemporary flows and into past ways of addressing related challenges with cultural policies in different regions of the world. It puts a special emphasis on the experiences in Eastern Europe and other transitional societies.

Keynotes by:

Prof. Jose van Dijck, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
Prof. J.P Singh, University of Edinburgh, UK
Prof. Joseph Straubhaar, University of Texas, USA
Prof. Madina Tlostanova, Linköping University, Sweden


ICCPR 2018 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


Three different formats can be proposed:
•	single papers
•	panel proposals
•	roundtables

More information about the CFP on conference website: http://iccpr2018.tlu.ee/call-for-abstracts/ <http://iccpr2018.tlu.ee/call-for-abstracts/>

All submissions must be in English and will be peer-reviewed. Proposals should be sent no later than February 5th, 2018 to ICCPR2018 at tlu.ee <mailto:ICCPR2018 at tlu.ee>.
Professor of media innovation, Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM), Tallinn University
Head at MEDIT (Tallinn University Centre of Excellence in Media Innovation and Digital Culture)
Tel: +37256978885
Email: indrek.ibrus at tlu.ee

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