The cultural relationship between both shores of the Mediterranean can be complex, enriching and even frustrating. This long piece of research, capturing my doctoral studies at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili in Tarragona, raises a number of issues for discussion. http://www.tdx.cat/handle/10803/97209 The_Impact_of_European_Influence_on_Cult
Europe and the Mediterranean may be seen as two sides of the same coin, and culture is currency. This piece provides a reflection on European Union policies struggling to address culture and migration in ways that may help develop new continental identities. European_Cultural_Policy_and_Migration_W
I’m lactose intolerant, I like coffee, I prefer wearing cotton garments to synthetic materials and while I enjoy reading printed material to touch, hold and take handwritten notes on, I try to print as little as possible and use digital means for their convenience and contained environmental impact. If culture is a slice of life,… Continue reading Why cultural policy?