UNESCO published an impact assessment of the pandemic on Serbia’s cultural and creative sectors, “Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of COVID-19” partially conducted by the Center for Study in Cultural Development. The research was commissioned by UNESCO through its Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe. The other participants in the project were the National Platform...


Last night, in the Belgrade Youth Center, the 165th issue of the magazine for theory, sociology of culture, and cultural policies Kultura was presented. The theme of this issue is “Comics and Identity”, and it features texts by foreign and local scientists and experts from eight countries written in seven languages. The speakers at the...


The project of the European Union “Danube’s Archaeological eLandscapes” was officially launched at the City Museum of Vršac, in the Konkordija Building. This project is co-financed by the Danube Transnational Programme (http://www.interreg-danube.eu/), better known as Interreg, which promotes economic, social, and territorial cohesion in the Danube Region. The project’s goal is to make archeological heritage,...


The new 166th issue of Kultura has come out, the themes are: “Reality Television Programs in Serbia” and “Contemporary Social Research Methodology” The new 166th issue of Kultura has been published and features two sections: “Reality Television Programs in Serbia” edited by Goran Gavrić, and “Contemporary Social Research Methodology” edited by Snežana Stojšin. Besides the...


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