Cultural Policy Yearbook is an international, peer-reviewed publication, producing high-quality, original research published by Istanbul Bilgi University Cultural Policy and Management Research Centre (KPY). The Yearbook is a bilingual, and annual book published both in English and in Turkish in two separate volumes. CPY Yearbook consists of three sections including a dossier named “Focus” which consists of a title formed around the conceptualization and contemporary discussions on the chosen theme as well as "Open Space" and "Review".
The “Focus” theme is determined by the editor(s) appointed by the editorial board for each issue.
The “Open Space” gives coverage to articles on the latest developments and debates in the area of cultural policy and management which are not included in the “Focus”.
The “Review” includes short information, criticism, and commentary on publications, legislation, and international documents, events, works of art, and academic/cultural meetings.
Cultural Policy and Management (KPY) Yearbook (KPY) 2010
The second issue of KPY Yearbook underlines that the prerequisite of creating a comprehensive discussion on cultural policies in Turkey and developing new perspectives is conducting research within this field, evaluating the knowledge and documents and combining these. The first dossier in this issue which includes two special dossiers, is "Cultural Diversity" that is based on the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. The subject of the second dossier is "Cities and Cultural Policy Revisited" with the impact of the increasing interest on urban studies at a global scale and the current situation in Turkey.
Istanbul Bilgi University Publications, 2010.
Table of Contents
Hans Mommaas: City, Culture and Identity: The City as Thirdspace
Interview with Raymond Weber
DOSSIER: CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Interview with Danielle Cliché
Eltje Bos and Cas Smithuijsen: Cultural Diversity and Arts Policy in the Netherlands, 1980 – 2010; Epilogue: Cultural Diversity in the Netherlands as seen from Turkey, Deniz Ünsal
Amanda Brandellero: Diversity in the Cultural Industries: A Migrant Cultural Entrepreneur Perspective,
Daniela Angelina Jelinčić: Celebrating Diversity through Different –isms
DOSSIER: CITIES AND CULTURAL POLICY REVISITED
Davide Ponzini: Cultural Policy-making in the Face of Urban Regeneration: The Case of the Northern Milanese Subregion
Fanny Bouquerel: Cultural Policy Challenges in Sicily
Ayça İnce: Cultural Centers in İstanbul: Changing Cultural Policies in the 2000s
Burcu Yasemin Şeyben: Engaging the local, urban and the global: the Ahırkapı Hıdırellez Spring Festival,
FROM ANATOLIAN CITIES
Ülkü Zümray Kutlu: Voice from the Field: the Cases of Kars and Çanakkale in the Context of Participatory Local Cultural Policy Development in Turkey
Eylem Ertürk: Culture and Art in Kars | 2005 – 2009 The Experience of the Kars Arts Centre (KAC)
Pelin Başaran: Looking at Kars through the Monument of Humanity
Esra Aysu Aysun: Leaps in Contemporary Art in the New Era and the Case of A77
Derya Nüket Özer: The Forgotten Human Aspect of Conservation
Banu Pekol: Architectural Heritage in Turkey in Light of the Commodification of Cultural Products
Rana Yazaji: State Planning and The Emerging Role of Civil Society in Cultural Policies in Syria
Ayça İnce: 17th European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centers Annual Conference, Cultural Policy Researchers Forum and Cultural Policy Research Award
Bige Örer: Sharjah March Meeting, Event
Deniz Ünsal and Hanzade Uralman: Çanakkale Museums Meeting II: Museums and Dialogue in Urban Cultural Policies
Seza Sinanlar Uslu: Studying the Neighborhood: Cihangir and the Project on ‘Migration in Europe and Local Tradition” (MELT) Project.
Burcu Yasemin Şeyben: Congo as a European Member: The Cultural Role of the State in the European Membership Process.