This book provides a broad overview of the development of Ibero-American cultural policy in an important and innovative way.
This volume brings together specialists in the field, from different nations and disciplines, and provides the keys to understanding the different trajectories and experiences of some significant countries in the area on both sides of the Atlantic; the recent developments in this domain such as urban cultural regeneration policies and cultural development policies; and the dynamics of policy transfers such as cultural diplomacy. The book also contrasts the applicability and the explanatory power of the idea of the family of nations for the analysis of cultural policy with models inspired by the welfare regimes.
This book allows international researchers an overarching view of the peculiarities and the latest achievements in the field of Ibero-American cultural policy. This book was originally published as a special issue of the International Journal of Cultural Policy.
Introduction: cultural policies in Ibero-America at the beginning of the XXI century
Arturo Rodríguez Morató and Mariano Martín Zamorano
1. Mapping cultural policy in Portugal: From incentives to crisis
José Luís Garcia, João Teixeira Lopes, Teresa Duarte Martinho, José Soares Neves, Rui Telmo Gomes and Vera Borges
2. Changing philosophies of action? Argentina’s cultural policies in the 21st century
Rubens Bayardo and Elodie Bordat-Chauvin
3. Brazilian cultural policies during the workers’ party governments: challenges for the development of cultural citizenship
Antonio Albino Canelas Rubim and Sophia Cardoso Rocha
4. Culture-led urban regeneration policies in the Ibero-American space
Arturo Rodríguez Morató and Matías I. Zarlenga
5. Innovations in cultural policy and development in Latin America
6. The reshaping of Ibero-American cultural diplomacy in the beginning of the XXI century: the declining of the Spanish historical hegemony
Mariano Martín Zamorano and Lluis Bonet
7. Theorizing cultural diplomacy all the way down: a cosmopolitan constructivist discourse from an Ibero-American perspective
César Villaneuva R.