The junior professorship is dedicated to research into cultural and media policy processes, actors as well as structures on a local, national and international level.
A key focus is placed on cultural policy and socio-political transformation and democratization processes, as well as international cultural cooperation. Research is conducted at the intersection of academia and practice within an interdisciplinary framework.
The team around Meike Lettau explores the role of artists and cultural activists as agents of change, co-creation mechanisms in international cultural policy, and cultural policy paradigm shifts in foreign cultural policy and science diplomacy. In addition, bottom-up processes in cultural policy, community-based modes of production, and cultural expression in conflict regions are subjects of research.
| Cultural and Media Policy
| Foreign Cultural and Educational Policy
| International Cultural Cooperation
| Cultural Activism
| Artists as Agents of Change
| Socio-political Transformation Processes
| Cultural Expressions in Conflict Regions
| Culture and Sustainable Development
| Science Diplomacy
(01.07.2022 - 31.12.2023)
(01.06.2022 - 31.12.2022)
The expansion of global networks and artistic collaborations is a current development in cultural sectors worldwide. This is directly interrelated with sociopolitical developments in societies and transcultural learning processes. The Summer School, organized by Zeppelin University in cooperation with CAMP notes on education in Kassel from 30th August to 5th September 2022, examines diversity and transformation processes critically in cultural and political education in five fields (1) production, (2) arts education, (3) structures, (4) conflicts and (5) cultural policy.
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Knobe, Miriam MA
Kraemer, Julian MA
Ochsenkühn, Lea BA