I was privileged to present my ongoing research on the role of intercultural managers in diverse small national territories like Malta, bridging Europe and the Mediterranean, at the Work in Progress in the Social Studies seminar series at the University of Malta. The current stage of the research can be accessed here:
This is a brief presentation on cultural collaboration in the Mediterranean delivered during the 9th International Cultural and Creative Economy and Development Conference at the Acropolis Museum , Athens, in October 2018. A set of images of the event is found here.
This article sheds light on the recent structured dialogue process initiated by the European Commission with civil society to address social inclusion through culture. The process was facilitated by Goethe-Institut Belgium.
I was happy to share my research on Mediterranean events and collaboration in relation to The Phoenicians’ Route and Inizjamed at the Libertas International University at The Phoenicians’ Route General Assembly in Zagreb in October 2018.
I was happy to deliver this keynote speech for the 12th Conference of the University Network of the European Capitals of Culture (UNeECC) in Valletta in November 2018. These are the slides that accompanied it. In her 2013 European Cultural Foundation award-winning research on governing heritage dissonance in the Balkans, Višnja Kisić notes how recent EU heritage… Continue reading Harmony, dissonance, silence: a journey through European capitals of culture
This short article highlights some of the tensions in the relationship between politics and culture in Malta today.