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) 2014-15
Table of Contents
Focus: Cultural Interventions
Kevin Robins: Introduction: Cultural Policy and Cultural Politics in the Twenty-First Century
Nina Obuljen Koržinek: Transforming Cultural institutions: Searching for Viable Models as a Prerequisite for Independence, Artistic Excellence and Responsible Management
Christopher Gordon: State of Confusion: Public, Commercial or Philanthropic? UK Arts and Culture Policy in 2015
Richard Paterson: Negotiating the Governmentality of Film in the UK
Terry Sandell: Kazakhstan’s Way – 2050: Multiculturalism, State Cultural Policy, and Post-Soviet National Consolidation
Daniel David Shoup, Sara Bonini Baraldi and Luca Zan: A Centralised Decentralisation: Outsourcing in the Turkish Cultural Heritage Sector
Asu Aksoy and Burcu Yasemin Şeyben: Storm Over Culture: Transformation of Cultural Policy in Turkey?
Pelin Başaran: State Support in Cinema and Censorship
Zeyno Pekünlü: The Past of ‘Commons’ Politics and its Political Potential after the Gezi Resistance
Cengiz Aktar: Resources and Shortcomings of Pluralism in Today’s Turkey: Gezi Park Protests in the Light of Pluralism
Vasıf Kortun: The Failure of a Project: Gezi Park, and More
Tanıl Bora: The Gezi of the Fans: ACAB, Anti-x and Politicisation
Rasim Erdem Avşar: #occupylove
Ivaylo Ditchev: Protesting into the Void: Bulgarian Citizens Discover Impunity
Jonathan Vickery: Crossing Borders: Cultural Policy Research and the Politics of Development
Charles Vallerand and Azadeh Lessard: Rules of Good Participatory Governance in the Allocation of Public Funds to Artists and Cultural Organisations: A Practical Guide
Özlem Canyürek: Shopping Malls as Cultural Spaces
Liwaa Yazji: A Letter from Syria
Serhan Ada: Özgür Uçkan as an Intellectual
Erkan Saka: In memory of Dr. Özgür Uçkan
Gökçe Dervişoğlu Okandan: Strategic Analysis of the Design Field in Turkey within the Framework of the ‘Design Strategy Document and Action Plan’
Ares Shporta: To Each His Own Cinema
Theodora Tsitoura: Syriza’s Cultural Policy
Elif Çiğdem Artan: Museum, Technology and Democracy: A Review of Democratising the Museum: Reflections on Participatory Technologies
Lluís Garcia Petit: Methodology for the Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Biosphere Reserves: the Montseny Experience
Buğday Association: The 18th IFOAM World Organic Congress
Nihan Dalbeler: ‘They’