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  • Esch-sur-Alzette | Luxembourg City

    Conference, symposium - History

    Rereading the history of the territorial principalities in the 13th-14th centuries (Lotharingia – Empire – France)

    Governance - writing practices – codifications

    Les XXe journées lotharingiennes constituent le colloque final du projet de recherche international ANR / FNR TRANSSCRIPT. Un demi-siècle après les trois colloques de la Reichenau édités par Hans Patze sous le titre de « Der deutsche Territorialstaat im 14. Jahrhundert », leur objectif est de revisiter, pour l’espace lotharingien et, à titre de comparaison, allemand et français, le concept de « principauté territoriale » / « Territorialstaat »  dans une approche socio-culturelle du pouvoir, en mettant l'accent sur les pratiques de l'écrit aux XIIIe et XIVe siècles. Le colloque sera articulé autour de trois sections consacrées à l'étude de la langue des actes, celle des variétés documentaires et celle des diversités régionales. Le colloque sera placé sous le signe d’une réflexion transversale, la comparaison entre principautés et les échanges entre celles-ci.

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  • Call for papers - Political studies

    Digital Cultural Policies in Comparison

    International Journal of Arts Management, Lax and Society (fall of 2017 — vol. 47, no. 3.)

    The late 1990s and 2000s were marked by the emergence of the “creative industries” as the dominant paradigm in cultural policies and cultural policies studies. Both a discourse and an instrument, it was quick to spread, notwithstanding its many internal flaws and shortcomings—including, for example, its lack of consensus around key concepts, utopianism, and the overall subordination of culture to the so-called “knowledge economy”. The aim of this special issue is to assemble different perspectives and finely grained enquiries into the current state of digital cultural policies and policy-making across a large array of contexts related to the production, distribution, and consumption of digital culture, as well as geographical and institutional anchorage—perspectives and enquiries that will then dialogue with one another.

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