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The Politics of Creativity. A Conversation with Deborah Stevenson and Justin O’Connor Die Politik der Kreativität. Ein Gespräch mit Deborah Stevenson und Justin O’Connor CONSTANCE DEVEREAUX Understanding creativity, as it is used in policy contexts, demands an on- tological and grammatical shift – an uncontrolled equivocation – to im- provise on a concept introduced by the anthropologist Viveiros de Castro (2002). In his version, equivocation is structured, or under control. “It concerns the process involved in the translation of the ‘native’s’ practical

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Inhalt 2/2019 Zur Einführung Introduction DIE HERAUSGEBER 7 Schwerpunkt / Special issue: Theater – Politik – Management Theatre – Politics – Management Wissenschaftliche Beiträge / Research article Das System der Darstellenden Künste im Prozess der Transformation. Eine Untersuchung zum Publikum in Deutschland in historischer Perspektive The System of Performing Arts in Transformation. An investigation of Germany’s audience from a historical perspective STEFFEN HÖHNE 13 Die Krise der Nachfolge: Zur Institutionalisierung charismatischer

Divergences and convergences between education and cultural policies in Catalonia 1980-2010 GEMMA CARBÓ RIBUGENT* Director UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policies and Cooperation. University of Girona Abstract Significant international political discourse in the field of education and culture (UNESCO, EU, IFACCA) calls for advances to be made towards more coordinated and complementary public policies. Innovative international projects have pointed the way forward. (Creative Partnership: <http://www.creativitycultureeducation.org/creative­ partnerships

and General Studies (ZAK) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), hosted the annual WIKA workshop in Stuttgart. The WIKA workshop 2019 was titled The Role of Civil Society in Cultural Relations and introduced as follows: 1 <https://publikationen.ifa.de/Zeitschriften-und-Editionen/WIKA-Report/>. Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy, 2020/1, pp. 201-205 doi 10.14361/zkmm-2020-0111 ANNIKA HAMPEL202 Civil society actors are gaining influence and are becoming political change makers. Their local embedding and engagement at the grassroot level

situation, debates reform logjams and presents courses of action that also illuminate the role of the ‘Länder’ (federal states) and especially the situation in Thuringia. It argues for a system to better interlock all levels of cultural policy, and advocates a more concept­based work approach. Ultimately, it offers some theses on the new Thuringian Cultural Concept. MONIKA MOKRE Kulturpolitik in der Demokratie / Cultural Politics in Democracy Kulturpolitik – Recht – Staat – Zivilgesellschaft – Kulturfinanzierung cultural politics – law – state – civil society

231 Call for Papers Digital Arts and Culture: Transformation or Transgression? This special issue examines the many dimensions of technological developments and their influence on aesthetic, economic, political, organizational, and scientif- ic practices as well as on discourses in cultural management and cultural policy. Submission Deadline: 1 September 2020 Transformation and Upheavals: The effects of crises and conflicts on the arts Guest Editors: Anke Schad-Spindler & Tal Feder This issue seeks contributions that confront and reflect upon current

role and use of culture as an instrument of influence and highlights how it serves as a means for the European Union to exercise power and assert a leading position in the European and global arena. Keywords cultural leadership, European Union, cultural policy, instrumentalisation of culture 1. Introduction We are witnessing a crucial era both in Europe and globally, marked with a multitude of crises, as well as political shifts and changes. In Europe, culture has always been treated as a common denominator and common ground for the citizens even before

(about 4.000 words) from disciplines such as sociology and psychology (of the arts), (cultural) politics, economics, history, cultural theory, philosophy, theatre studies, musi- cology, and arts education, or the interdisciplinary integration of these. Research articles must fulfill the highest standards in methodological and theo- retical approaches; whereas essays give the opportunity to develop a more per- sonal perspective on topics. Case studies offer insights into particular questions and methods applied in a specific research context. Reviews of books and

, Social Change,Ideology, Authoritarian Political Regime Kreativität, Tourismus, Stadt, sozialer Wandel, Ideologie, autoritäre Regierung * Email: nickstanciu@gmail.com Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy, 2020/1, pp. 101-119 doi 10.14361/zkmm-2020-0106 NICOLAE STANCIU102 1. Introduction Although the concepts of creative and smart cities have occurred in the political ideology of Kazakhstan, beginning nearly three decades ago, only a few actions have been taken in regard to Karaganda city and its region. Karagandans have experienced numerous cultural and