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.
Between Precarity and Resilience: Is An Independent Republic of Culture Possible?
Independence or Competition? Art Workers in Slovenia
Unpacking Conflictual Consensus in Berlin’s Cultural Policy-making
BFAMFAPhD: On the Cultural Value Debate and Artists Report Back
Art in the Age of Social Activism
The Independent Creative Sector in Palestine Today
Morocco: Culture, Politics, and Other Little Dreams
A Storm is Blowing from Saadiyyat Island
A Detailed Analysis of the Private/Independent Theatre Scene in Istanbul
Yeşim Tonga Uriarte
The Guantanamo Bay Museum: Between Precarity and Resiliency
Ian Alan Paul
ArtLeaks - Possibilities of Struggle for Labor Rights and Emancipation in the Art Filed
Vladan Jeremić - Corina L. Apostol
The Panache of Artivism within the Imperial Narrative of the Middle East
Khaled Ramadan - Dorian Batycka
Contentious Memory: Cinema and the Spanish Dictatorial Past
Rebeca Maseda García
Art Writing in a Post-Critical Era
An Analysis on the Normalization of Discrimination: The Merchant of Venice
The Culture White Paper
An Evaluation of the UNESCO Monitoring Report “Re|Shaping Cultural Policies”
Tearing Down Bridges – Turkey’s Withdrawal from Creative Europe
Filling the Vacuum in Turkish Art History: Armenians in Ottoman Art History at the End of the 19th and the Beginning of the 20th Centuries
E. Osman Erden
An Orphaned Orphanage in Tuzla: Camp Armen
The National Roma Strategy Plan is Inadequate but Necessary
Toto and his Sisters: This is our Neighbourhood
Derya Nüket Özer
An Assessment of the Cinema Services Sector Report
Weakening of the Legislation Regarding Archaeological Conservation Sites for Development Projects