The European network on cultural management and policy (ENCATC) has launched a call for applications for theENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management and a call for submissions for the annual ENCATC Education and Research Session to be held during the 2019 ENCATC Congress “Diversity and sustainability at work.
Applications for theENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management are being accepted until 1 May 2019.
The award is granted to a recently published doctoral thesis with an innovative and internationally oriented research design that can inform policy making and benefit practitioners in the broad field of culture.
Granted each year, the Award consists of the translation of the winning PhD thesis into English and its publication in theENCATC Book Series on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education,by Peter Lang, an international publishing group.
The 2019 winner will be announced at the 2019 ENCATC Research Award Ceremony on 3 October 2019 in Dijon, France. Now in its 6th year, the ENCATC Research Award Ceremony will be held during the 2019 ENCATC Annual Congress on Cultural Management and Policy “Diversity and sustainability at work. Policies and practices from culture and education” (2-5 October 2019).
Deadline: 25 May 2019
On 4 October 2019 in Dijon, France, academics, researchers and practitioners from Europe and beyond will present their latest work during the annual Education and Research Sessionorganisedduring the 2019ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy "Diversity and sustainability at work. Policies and practices from culture and education” (2-5 October).
This gathering of the international education and research community will provide a unique interdisciplinary environment to get the latest world-class education practices and research being conducted on cultural management and policy.
The open call welcomes submissions for abstracts, posters and teaching demonstrations until 25 May 2019. Proposals may be from any relevant discipline will be considered, provided that they make an original academic and professional contribution to the study and practice of cultural management and cultural policy. Themes related to the main topic of the 2019 Congress are encouraged to critically address diversity and sustainability in an operating context, exploring the practical meanings of diversity in the cultural and creative sector, investigate how its different connotations are implemented in practice, and how they are contributing to the sustainability discourse in the field.