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Máire Messenger Davies PhD, FRSA, MBPsS
Professor of Media Studies
School of Media, Film and Journalism
University of Ulster
Cromore Rd
Coleraine, BT52 1SA
N. Ireland, UK

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From: Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Obrien, Dave [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 07 October 2013 10:52
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Subject: What’s the value of cultural policy? Event at City University London

Apologies for cross posting:

What’s the value of cultural policy? Event at City University London 18th November 2013 6pm-8pm

To mark the publication of Cultural Policy: Management Value and Modernity in the Creative Industries the Centre for Cultural Policy and Management will host an early evening event at City University London. The event is focused on questions about the value of cultural policy research, for a variety of academic disciplines and public debates. Dr. Dave O'Brien, from City University London, will introduce the event with a short talk focusing on the book's key themes and introducing its core ideas. This will be followed by a panel discussion from three leading figures in research on cultural policy and creative industries.

Professor Andy Pratt, from City University London, will discuss his role in Creativeworks London, a major knowledge exchange research project. Professor Kate Oakley will then outline her work as part of New Labour and Cultural Policy. To close the panel Professor Geoffrey Crossick will offer reflections on the ongoing AHRC Cultural Value project.
 
The event will close with the opportunity for questions and debate, followed by a small reception.

Register for the event here:

 

http://www.city.ac.uk/events/2013/november/whats-the-value-of-cultural-policy

 

Many thanks

 

Dave

 

Dr Dave O'Brien

Lecturer, Cultural Industries

AG16 College Building

City University

London

EC1V 0HB

 

020 7040 8756

 

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@drdaveobrien

 

New book- Cultural Policy: Management, Value and Modernity http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415817592/

 

New Books in Critical Theory Podcasts: http://newbooksincriticaltheory.com/

 

Member of the editorial board for Cultural Trends:  http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ccut20/current

 

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