Can a cultural tradition be a process of acquisition of cultural literacy for new migrants? It is sometimes difficult to incorporate new migrants into the most traditional part of our local culture. However, any culture is a product of diverse cultural processes through history. And local tradition could be understood as not so local. Neither so traditional. And perhaps it could become an opening invitation for integration and sharing cultural practices with people from other countries. Continue reading “Integration and diversity in Catalan popular culture heritage”
Education reform is currently the most topical issue of the Latvian education system. The Latvian education system is undergoing serious changes. The existing education content is obsolete, therefore it is proposed to introduce changes in both the education system and education content. Education content is revised in the light of reports and policy documents both produced domestically and at European level (e.g. the European Commission’s report Continue reading “Latvian Education Reform: Topical Issues in the Sphere of Cultural Literacy”
Our research into the ways in which cultural literacy education has been conceptualised within UK policy over the past decade has revealed its role in shaping and promoting a particular vision of the ‘good’ citizen through a neo-liberal communitarian model of governance. Continue reading “In the UK, Cultural Literacy Education Policy Is Shaping What It Means To Be a Good Citizen”
About the Film Preservation & Restoration Workshop organised by FHF
Film Heritage Foundation (FHF) is a not-for-profit organisation set up in 2014 in Mumbai, India, dedicated to the conservation, preservation and restoration of India’s film heritage, which are valued both as works of art and culture and as historical documents. Film Heritage Foundation in association Continue reading “Preserving Cinematic Heritage of India”
The Historical facts about the Ottoman presence in Central Europe
A major part of the territory of today’s Slovakia, known in this historical period as Upper Hungary (hun. Felső-Magyarország, slov. Horná zem or Horné Uhorsko) became part of the Ottoman borderlands. Continue reading “The reception of the Ottomans and the idea of Europe in southern Slovakia”
Their first guest,
Assoc. Prof. Dr Hakan Yücel (Galatasary University, Department of Sociology),
will present “Generations, youth movements and myths in Turkey”
on 26 October 2018 at 18:00.
Location: MSGSU, Department of Sociology.
We are all very grateful to our Croatian partners from Ivo PIlar for organising such a wonderful setting for the meeting. Continue reading “Croatia, Split Photos”