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Politiques culturelles et études patrimoniales

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Séminaire joint master EUR / doctoral "Politiques culturelles et études patrimoniales" (bilingue), organisé par Cécile Doustaly (MCF HDR CY, chercheure à Héritages), le 17 mars 2023, de 9h45 à 17h, à Paris

CY Cergy Paris Université
EUR / Ecole doctorale Arts, Humanités et Sciences Sociales

EUR Seminar
Introduction to Cultural Policies in the World

17 March, 9h45-17h00 Louvre Museum (room: salle des 80)
Entry through « Oratoire », rue de Rivoli (map below)
Compulsory Registration (First Name and Name) before 15 March
You will need an ID and be on time.
Please, no late arrivals, as someone needs to escort us to the room

Coordinator, Cécile Doustaly (MCF Habilitation thesis)
Laboratoire Héritages : Culture/s, Création/s, Patrimoine/s (UMR CNRS 9022), in partnership with CNRS Notre-Dame de Paris workforce and the Louvre.

9h45: Welcome address

  • Introduction to cultural policy and heritage studies, Cécile Doustaly (see below)
  • The Louvre Museum (mediation, cultural programming and transversality), Dominique de Font-Réaulx, Louvre presidency, Director of mediation and cultural programming until 2023

Carte séminaire 13 mars 2023
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Cécile Doustaly
MCF HDR, Reader, Habilitation thesis (British Studies and International Cultural Policies and Engagement)
Heritage Laboratory (UMR CNRS)
Director - International courses in Territories, Cultures and Tourism
UFR LEI - International Studies and Modern Languages Faculty)
CY Cergy Paris Université www.cyu.fr
Fellow, SCAPVC-Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies, University of Warwick
  • Introduction to Cultural policy and Heritage Studies as research fields
This module explores cultural policy in the world and the ways in which it has been redefined since the 1980s in terms of policy objectives, away from the traditional emphasis on civic education or support for high arts. Cultural policy today intersects with most policy areas (economic policy, place making, urban planning, social cohesion, sustainable development, foreign affairs, etc.).

Cultural policies have indeed become an integral part of social, economic and urban policies as well as a tool for international development and cultural diplomacy. Far from being limited to the arts and heritage or associated only with "cultural" objectives, the field of cultural policy has expanded as the meaning of culture widened to include cultural diversity and multiculturalism, tourism, innovation, the creative industries and more largely ways of life, identity forming and place making.

The courses will study cases in different regions of the world and cultural fields to better understand the type of public action that can be referred to as “cultural policy” depending on countries, and identify supranational, national and local frameworks and the diversity of actors involved.

After studying the genesis of cultural policies and institutional frameworks and the evolution of the concepts of culture, arts and heritage, the course will introduce international, national and local cultural policy models since the 1980s.
  • Interdisciplinary Research Methods
Contents and skills developed: interdisciplinarity of memory and heritage studies: history, art history, heritage studies; urban studies; cultural policies; cultural and geopolitical diplomacy.
  • methodology of visual documentary research (photographs; urban and architectural plans)
  • methodology of field research (observation, interviews, questionnaires)
  • digital and international sources and valorisation
  • documentation, culture, heritage and territorial policy professions
Case study: "Notre-Dame de Paris and the Ile de la Cité": heritage values, memories, urban projects and use conflicts.
Students can discuss sources related to their thesis.
This introduction will underline the importance, but also the methodological pitfalls associated with international comparisons. It will discuss the influence of new practices on research, notably the increasing co-production of policies by rebalancing expert decision-making with citizens' engagement; the expansion of marketing, event-making and labeling strategies for cities, sites and institutions alike; new skills for the cultural sector — notably data gathering and the impact of new technologies on all cultural professions; north-south tensions and dynamics.

This second part is an introduction to the doctoral course: Méthodologies pluridisciplinaires de la recherche documentaire visuelle et de l’enquête de terrain (C. Doustaly, 3 days, 28-30 June 2023).