Events and meetings

30
Aug

INVENT approach to societal values of culture disseminated to teachers and cultural professionals during the summer of 2021 (Croatia)

Croatian INVENT team co-leader Mirko Petrić participated in two events during the summer months of 2021, in which he presented and highlighted some of the ideas which are central to the INVENT project agenda to teachers and cultural professionals. Petrić gave a presentation entitled “What are Cultural Resources? The importance of teaching for their sustainability” at a workshop “Why is

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17
Aug

INVENT presentation at NordMedia 2021 on the Danish cultural Twittersphere

On Thursday, August 19, the Danish team presents the paper “#kultur – Mapping conversations about culture in the Danish Twittersphere“ at the biannual Nordmedia conference, held online due to the ongoing Covid19-situation. The study is based on the Danish data from the first phase of the INVENT data scraping and investigates to what extent Danish news organizations and cultural journalists

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14
Aug

Serbian INVENT team on ESA 2021 conference

The INVENT team from Serbia, together with Croatian and French colleagues, presents four studies at this year’s conference of the European Sociological Association. Predrag Cvetičanin and Inga Tomić-Koludrović focus on the impact of growing societal disparities on culture. Following Bourdieu, they examine how the conceptions of culture and perceptions of the social world (perceptions of the impact of social inequalities

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3
Jun

Online Summer School on Media, Inequalities and Social Change

Current and Emerging approaches to Social In-/Exclusion in Media Studies Members of the Dutch INVENT team will be hosting the annual summer school of the Dutch national Research School for Media Studies (RMeS). The summer school will take place online from June 21-23 and features keynote presentations, seminars, and workshops by renowned scholars in the field. Approximately 40 PhD candidates

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29
May

Does culture foster integration?

INVENT paper accepted at ESA Conference 2021 Our paper „Does Culture foster Integration? How the Perception of European Culture is Related to Support for European Integration.” has been accepted for presentation at the 2021 congress of the European Sociological Association in Barcelona. The paper is based on brand new data collected in the UK, Switzerland and Spain. Authors are Jörg

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24
May

Conversations about culture in the Danish Twittersphere

The Danish INVENT team will present the first country-specific results of the project’s data-scraping efforts at the 2021 NordMedia online conference in August of this year. The presentation on “#kultur – Mapping conversations about culture in the Danish Twittersphere” will focus on how Danish citizens use Twitter in relation to arts and culture. It also provides a methodological report highlighting

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16
May

Presentation of Invent project at Tampere University

The multiplicity of the understandings of culture and why it matters for cultural policy and politics Finnish team members Semi Purhonen, Riie Heikkilä, Ossi Sirkka and Sara Sivonen gave a presentation titled “The multiplicity of the understandings of culture and why it matters for cultural policy and politics” in the Sociology Research Seminar at Tampere University 11th of May. The

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15
Apr

Presentation by Neta Yodovich at BSA-conference

Dr Neta Yodovich of the UK team presented a paper at the 70th annual conference of the British Sociological Association. “Is it a cultural greeting now to begin with ‘can you hear me’?”: The use of digital platforms during the pandemic and what it means for our future“. The paper featured key findings of the exploratory survey that was held

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20
Mar

INVENT Panel at International Conference on Cultural Policy Research

Members of the INVENT project will participate in the 11th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research “Resilience of Cultural Policy“, which will be held from 23rd to 26th March 2021. The ICCPR conferences are major events in cultural policy research, which have been held biannually since 1999. The conference is organized by Doshisha University, in association with the Japan Association

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15
Mar

ESA presentations on Cultural Wars in Serbia and Gender and Cultural Consumption in Croatia

INVENT project team members Predrag Cvetičanin (Serbia), Inga Tomić-Koludrović and Mirko Petrić (Croatia) participated in the 8th mid-term conference of the European Sociological Association’s Sociology of Culture research network (ESA RN7), “En-Compass-ing Culture(s): Beyond East/West and South/North”. The conference took place between 10th and 12th March 2021 and was hosted by the University of Helsinki.  Predrag Cvetičanin was one of

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