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"Europeanisation", Cultural Policy and Identity: Debates, Discourses and Actions

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Center for International Studies Aalborg University "Europeanisation", Cultural Policy and Identity: Debates, Discourses, and Actions Heather Field Discussion Paper No. 1912001 © Heather Field ISSN 1397-9043 Published by: SPIRIT Aalborg University Fibigerstraede 2 Dk-9220 Aalborg OE, Denmark Phone + 4596357195 Fax + 45 98 15 11 26 SPIRIT - School for Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Research on Interculturalism and Transnationality Director: Professor VIf Hedetoft SPIRIT is an interdisciplinary doctoral school for the systematic study of themes and theoretical issues related to the intertwining of political, transnational and intercultural processes in the contemporary world. It is dedicated to examining - from the combined vantagepoint of both the human and the social sciences - cultural, political and communicative issues on a spectrum ranging from the local dimension over the national and the regional to the processes of globalisation that increasingly impinge on the organisation of life and the structure and dynamics of the world. The thematic issues range from questions of European identity and integration; over transnational processes of migration, subcultures and international marketing; to transatlantic problems or nationalism and religion in Eastern Europe or the USA. What ties them together within the framework of SPIRITis the school's distinctive features : Analysing themes in the context of the meanings and implications of internationality, and taking culturaVcommunicative as well as political/sociological aspects into account. Considerable emphasis is placed on Europe - its history, politics, social anthropology, place in the world, relations to global issues, and trajectories for the future. On this background research is conducted within four thematic areas: 1. Studies of Identity, Mentality and Culture 2. Intercultural Cooperation in International Markets and Organisations 3. Regions, Cultures and Institutional Change 4. In

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