Popular Arts And Diversity in Post-Migration Urban Settings

UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre
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In this presentation, Professor Martiniello examines the relevance of popular arts in the theoretical, and policy debates about diversity in post-migration urban settings by relating to three foci: configurations, representations and encounters of diversity. In doing this, he looks successively at the cultural, political, social and policy relevance of popular arts.
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