Volume 1, Issue 1:  The Introductory Issue

Volume 1, Issue 1:

The Introductory Issue


Editorial

 

Perspectives and Remix

J.P. Singh

 

 

Theme 1: Cultural Politics and Israel 

The Playwright’s Purpose    

Motti Lerner, Playwright

 

bennett2Political Contestation, Israeli Identities, and the Arts

Renee Marlin-Bennett, Johns Hopkins University

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Reading Cookbooks: Israeli Food and the International Relations of the Everyday

Ilan Zvi Baron, Durham University

 

 

Theme 2: Cultural Identities and Human Rights


A Subaltern Performance: Circulations of Gender, Islam and Nation in India’s Song of Defiance

J.P. Singh, George Mason University

 

wu8Reflection of the Cultural Policy in Human Rights Issues in Taiwan and the Response of the Art World

Chieh-Hsiang Wu, National Changhua University of Education

 

Theme 3: Cultural Diplomacy and Global Interactions

Who Holds the Power in Soft Power?

Melissa Nisbett, King’s College London

 

 

Global Cultural Law in the Internet: A Tale of Parallel Worlds

Mira Burri, University of Bern

 

Cultural Diplomacy Practices in a Small Island State: A Case Study on Malta

Karsten Xuereb, Valletta 2018 Foundation

 

 

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