With Networks: The Evolving Aspects of Culture in the 21st Century, Culturelink marks twenty years of continuous networking and research activities in cultural development, cultural policies, intercultural communication, and international cultural cooperation.
In this publication, researchers from all continents investigate the role and relevance that cultural networks play in cultural development and communication, and new perspectives on cultural networking in the 21st century. Special consideration is given to the position of cultural networks within cultural policy structures and to the effective usage of innovative information and communication technologies.
Apart from the foreword and introduction, dedicated to the establishment and development of Culturelink, the book has five main chapters entitled "Networks and Cultural Policy. Transformation of Cultural Networks. Regional and Functional Specialization," "Effects of ICT and Digital Culture on the Dynamics of Networking," "Artists' Mobility, Transnational Space and Transnational Creativity: The Role of Networks," "Different Aspects of Cultural Networks: Examples of Good Practices in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and Latin America," and "The Evolving Networking Culture."
The foreword, the table of contents, as well as the link for ordering this publication are available on the Culturelink website.