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The Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy is dedicated to international perspectives that address a wide range of issues in cultural management and cultural policy research and practice. It is published twice a year with a thematic section focusing on a special issue and an open section with contributions on varied topics. We invite articles that reflect on organizational structures of creative enterprises, economic and managerial issues in the arts, cultural policy in all its dimensions, as well as creative and aesthetic processes in cultural production, distribution and perception.
The journal aims to present multifaceted analysis and rich discourse on current issues in cultural management and cultural policy and to promote the development of research designs and methods relating to both new and established practices in these fields. The journal is open to any theoretical and methodological approach, as long as authors adhere to scholarly rigor.
To strengthen the inter- and transdisciplinary character of research in the arts and culture, the journal publishes research articles (6000 to 10.000 words), exploratory essays (about 6.000 words), and case studies (about 4.000 words) from disciplines such as sociology and psychology (of the arts), (cultural) politics, economics, history, cultural theory, philosophy, theatre studies, musicology, and arts education, or the interdisciplinary integration of these.
Research articles must fulfill the highest standards in methodological and theoretical approaches; whereas essays give the opportunity to develop a more personal perspective on topics. Case Studies and book reviews complement each issue.
Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy / Zeitschrift für Kulturmanagement und Kulturpolitik is covered by the following services:
The Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy is published twice a year with a thematic section focusing on a special issue and an open section with contributions on varied topics. Current calls for papers are published here. (https://jcmcp.org/call-for-papers/?lang=en)
Submission GuidelinesAll manuscripts will be submitted in two documents. The first one contains:- Title / Subtitle- Author and affiliation- Abstract (150 words)- Keywords (3-5 words)- Name and Email of three reviewers that are suggest by the author. Please send a very short explanation why those are suggested.
Please name the file: “Abstract Title-of-the-ms“Please name the second file: “Text Title-of-the-ms“. This file contains the manuscript (without any author information)
You can find the formal guidelines for submissions here. (https://jcmcp.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/stylesheet_E_201912102.pdf)
All graphics and images have to be sent separately as JPG or TIF files in a resolution of 300dpi.
Upon submitting the manuscript, the authors consent to this publication and malpractice statement. (https://jcmcp.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/JCMCP_Publication-Ethics-and-Publication-Malpractice-Statement.pdf) Please send your submission tosubmissions [at] jcmcp [dot] org
For quality assurance purposes all submitted research articles and essays are reviewed in a double-blind peer review procedure.The editors-in-chief and managing editor evaluate every submitted manuscript. If a manuscript does not meet the required formal or academic criteria or if the topic and content of an article clearly do not fit in with the Journal it can be directly rejected instead of being submitted to a review. Authors are informed of this approximately four weeks after submission of the manuscript.Three experts review each manuscript. To reviewers are selected by the editors-in-chief, one is suggested by the author. The two reviewers are selected according to the methodological scope and the topic of the manuscripts. The reviewing follows a standardized procedure, including quantitative and qualitative aspects.The results of the reviews will be sent to the author in the editorial decision letter. Manuscripts might be accepted, subjected to revisions, or rejected. This process can take up to four months.The revised manuscripts are then resubmitted to the reviewers. The second reviewing should not take longer than four weeks. The authors are informed about the decision on the definitive acceptance of the manuscript; last small changes may be requested.
Review criteria are:- conceptual quality of the manuscript- soundness of methodology- precision of objectives- academic importance of the topic- significance of research approach- relevancy to arts management practices- readability (presentation, stylistic form)
Editors-in-ChiefConstance DeVereaux, PhDAssociate Professor in Residence and Director, MFA Arts Administration, University of Connecticut, USA
Prof. Dr. Steffen HöhneProfessor of Arts Management, Principal of Arts Management, Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar, Germany
Prof. Dr. Martin TröndleWÜRTH Chair of Cultural Production, Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, Germany
Managing EditorDr. Johanna SchindlerWÜRTH Chair of Cultural Production, Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen & Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
Book Review EditorsProf. Dr. Karen van den BergChair of Art Theory & Curating, Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen, Germany
Dr. Leticia LabaronneHead, Zentrum für Kulturmanagement, ZHAW School of Management and Law, Winterthur, Switzerland
Dr. Simone WesnerProgramme Director MA Arts Policy and Management, Department of Film, Media and Cultural Studies, School of Arts, Birkbeck College, UK
Journal Review EditorProf. Dr. Volker KirchbergProfessorship for Cultural Mediation and Cultural Organization, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany
Editorial BoardProf. Dr. Sigrid Bekmeier-FeuerhahnProfessorship for Business Management, in Particular Communication and Cultural Management, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany
Milena Dragićević Šešić, PhDProfessor, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia
Tal Feder, PhDCenter for Cultural Affairs, O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, USA
Prof. Dr. Michael Hutterformer director of the research unit "Cultural Sources of Newness", Berlin Social Science Center, Germany
Adelheid MersAssociate Professor Arts Administration and Policy, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA
Arturo Rodríguez Morató, PhDFull professor of Sociology and Director of the Consolidated Research Group CECUPS, University of Barcelona, Spain
Prof. Dr. Tiago de Oliveira PintoProfessor of Musicology, Transcultural Music Studies, Director of the Department of Musicology Weimar-Jena, Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar, Germany
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Martin PiberDepartment of Organisation and Learning - Management Control, Universität Innsbruck, Austria
Dr. Marcin PoprawskiInstitute of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Anthropology and Cultural Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland
Prof. Dr. Dan Eugen RatiuProfessor for Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
Deborah Stevenson, PhDProfessor of Sociology and Urban Cultural Research, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, Australia
Prof. Dr. Tasos ZembylasHead of the Department for Music Sociology, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria