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The Cultural Policy and Management Research Centre (KPY) at Istanbul Bilgi University is once again delivering its annual publication, covering major issues and debates of the 2014-2015 period. This 2014-2015 issue is the fifth in the KPY Yearbook series, published by Istanbul Bilgi University Press. The central theme of the 2014-2015 Yearbook is the changing relationship between state and culture – thus the overall title of the Focus section is Cultural Interventions. It is edited by Kevin Robins and Burcu Yasemin Şeyben.

2019
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Table of Contents

  • Foreword - Serhan Ada

 

FOCUS (Editors: Nevra Ertürk and Deniz Ünsal)

  • Forced Migration and Cultural Production  - Nevra Ertürk, Deniz Ünsal
  • Reconnecting: The Contribution of Cultural Heritage to the Return Home After Forced Migrations due to Human Induced Disasters  - Saadet Gündoğdu, Zeynep Gül Ünal
  • Our Story is quite a story… Shared Experiences from the “Hakawati” Project - Marianne Boqvist, Serene Huleileh & Paul Mattar 
  • Musical Migrations: Young Peoples’ Perspectives on Sustaining Musical Cultures in (Re)settlement Contexts - Andrea Emberly, Tiffany Pollock
  • Diversity Metrics? A Reflection on Themes from a Refugee Theatre Project in Canada - Taiwo Afolabi
  • Moving Identities and the Fixed Gaze: Notes from Personal Experience - May Seifan, Ziad Adwan 
  • Reality of Migration: Broken Promises, Stolen Dreams - Semra Doğan Ak 
  • Using Cultural Heritage for the Refugees: “The Multaka Project” – A Cultural Initiative for the Refugees in Berlin’s Museums - Isber Sabrine 
  • Refugees Welcome to Germany - Özlem Canyürek 
  • New Food Practices in Istanbul in the Aftermath of the Syrian Civil War: Syrian Restaurants and Collective Refugee Kitchens - Ezgi Tuncer 
  • Policies of Waiting: Syrian Cultural Work in Turkey - Waseem Alsharqi
  • Behind an Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum: “Syria, Then and Now: Stories from Refugees a Century Apart” - Ayşin Yoltar-Yıldırım

 

OPEN SPACE (Editor: Esra Yıldız)

 

  • Emancipating Cultures: From Canonising Cultural Institutions Towards Commoning Art Constitutions  - Pascal Gielen
  • Expeditions to the Near - Nazlı Tümerdem

 

REVIEW (Editor: Adil Serhan Şahin)

  • MOUSSEM: A Cultural Organisation of Immigrant Background Questioning  “the Canon” - Interview with Mohamed Ikoubaan - Serhan Ada
  • AMA's Place - Vittorio Urbani 
  • Faces Behind the Numbers: A Review on an Interactive Art Project, “Face Forward… into My Home”  - Şahizer Samuk Carignani, Derya Acuner, Yeşim Tonga Uriarte
  • “Plural Heritages of Istanbul: The Case of the Land Walls” Research Project – A Participatory Research Approach to Cultural Heritage - Zeynep Kunt
  • “YALLAH”: Morocco on the Migration Path to Europe - Civil Initiatives and Policy-making Attempts - Zeynep Okyay
  • “The Multaka Project”: A New Approach for Museum Visiting and Use of Cultural Heritage - Adil Serhan Şahin
  • Book Review: modelling public space(s) in cultureRethinking Institutional Practices in Culture and Historical (Dis)continuities, Regaining Control Over Public Space in Rapidly Changing Neoliberal World - Nina Mihaljinac
  • Conference Review: “Cultural Heritage and Migration: New Methods and Historical Contexts” (Stockholm, 15-16 May 2019) - Susana Vallejos
  • “Create Syria”: A Project to Empower Syrian Arts in Exile, Eight Years Spent Reflecting on How to Approach the Diaspora - Abdullah Alkafri, Sandra Kastoun

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