Posts tagged with 'cultural diplomacy'

Iran, Cinema, and the Curious Logics of Circulation

Brian T. Edwards, Associate Professor at Northwestern University

Cultural diplomacy traditionally assumes that the exchange of cultural products promotes better understanding—and that the primary challenge is getting foreign audiences to engage with creative works from afar. In the digital age, the realities are much more complex.

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Egypt: A Public Private Partnership to Protect the Cultural Heritage of Countries in Crisis

Deborah Lehr, Founding Chairman of the Capitol Archaeological Institute at The George Washington University; Director of the Paulson Institute

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Saving Haiti's Heritage: Cultural Recovery after the Earthquake

Richard Kurin, Smithsonian Institution's Under Secretary for History, Art, and Culture

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Cultural Diplomacy as Creative Collaboration: Applied Humanities Networks and Post-Values Partnerships

Robert Albro, Assistant Professor and Scholar-in-Residence, American University

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