Longform

Long essays offering in-depth peer-reviewed analysis of cultural expression


Volume 2, Issue 1

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Colonial Wars and Aesthetic Reworking: The Artist as Moral Witness

Frank Möller, Tampere Peace Research Institute, University of Tampere, Finland

 

 

 

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Curating Public Art 2.0: The Case of Autopoiesis

Btihaj Ajana, King’s College London

 

 

 

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Cultural Stratification and Cultural Policies: Perspectives of Cultural Globalism, The Case of Croatia

Nada Švob-Đokić, Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO), Zagreb

 

 

 

 

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The Museum as a Transnational Actor

Patricia M. Goff, Centre for International Governance Innovation

 

 

 

 


Volume 1, Issue 1

jp6A Subaltern Performance: Circulations of Gender, Islam, and Nation in India’s Song of Defiance

 

J.P. Singh
George Mason University

 

Who Holds the Power in Soft Power?

Melissa Nisbett
King’s College London

 

 

Global Cultural Law and Policy and the Internet: A Tale of Parallel Worlds

Mira Burri
University of Bern

 

 

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

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