By Perla Innocenti
In earlier and rising demanding situations of social inclusion and cultural discussion, hybrid versions of cultural identification, citizenship and nationwide belonging, the examine additionally units out to respond to the questions 'how'. How can cultural associations leverage the ability of cross-border networks in a contested position equivalent to Europe this day? How may they problematic techniques and methods in line with cultural practices? How can the activities of the eu fee and correct cultural our bodies be bolstered, tailored or prolonged to fulfill those goals?
Cultural Networks in Migrating historical past could be of curiosity to students and scholars in museum and cultural background stories, visible arts, sociology of enterprises and data reports. it is going to even be appropriate to practitioners and policymakers from museums, libraries, NGOs and cultural associations at large.
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