Posts tagged International Relations
Investigating Cultural Civil Society

Klara Kostal’s research describes the cultural policy context through which Arts Cabinet identifies alternative modes of transaction, exchange and collaboration. ‘Rather than revealing a straightforward reasoning behind governance, this research project highlights the complexities of ‘governmentality’ that originate from the context of the EU. Taking this angle, the findings show how the 2016 Structured Dialogue worked as a ‘practical feature of government’’, incorporating two distinct ‘families of governmentality’: democracy and neoliberalism’.

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