“The Nordic Cultural Model – revisited, rejected, reimagined” – NCCPR 2021
The theme for the 10th NCCPR is The Nordic Cultural Model – revisited, rejected, reimagined. We invite scholars to take the opportunity to look back, and to look forward, to the idea of the “Nordic” in cultural policy.
With the words “revisited, rejected and reimagined,” we make way for a broad exploration of Nordic cultural policy, its past and its future.
Call for proposals (Deadline extended until Januari 31)
The aim of the Nordic conference is to strengthen the Nordic community regarding cultural policy research and to promote the foundation of Nordic networks of researchers.
The NCCPR is an inclusive, multidisciplinary conference in which researchers address issues regarding Nordic cultural policy from standpoints that are relevant both to academic research and to the cultural sector. We invite papers from a variety of fields and practices provided that the contributions relate to Nordic cultural policy research in a broad sense.
Conference languages: Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, and English.
The university is monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and is following the recommendations given by the Swedish government, the Public Health Agency of Sweden and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
- Submission of proposals opens October 2020
- Deadline for submission of proposals extended to 31 January 2021
- Review results released March 2021
- Deadline for submission of full paper 18 June 2021
More information will be available in due course.
Questions about the conference can be sent to email@example.com