Conjunctions. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation
New special issue
Vol 5, No 1 (2018)
Community and Creative Research. Developing Participatory Methodologies
Edited by Lorena Sancho Querol and Cláudia Pato Carvalho
By choosing the theme of ‘community and creative research’, this thematic issue of Conjunctions has gathered experiences from around the world (Australia, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, Portugal, Switzerland, Argentina, and Cyprus) on different approaches to democratic practice using the lens of cultural participation. It feeds on the intersection of action research work performed by academics, activists, artist, theorists and citizens, who study and work within different sectors of our societies through participatory methodologies.
- Introduction: Community and Creative Research. Developing Participatory Methodologies (Lorena Sancho Querol, Claudia Pato Carvalho)
- Participatory Contact Zones and Conflict Transformation: The Participatory Intensities of the Cyprus Friendship Program (Derya Yuksek & Nico Carpentier)
- Working with circus artists: Reflections on a process of collaborative research, participation and commitment (Julieta Infantino)
- Analyzing participatory cultural practices in a medium-scale Swiss town: How multiple belongings are constructed and consolidated through an interactive film-making process (Monika Salzbrunn, Barbara Dellwo, Sylvain Besencon)
- Engagement beyond critique? Anthropological perspectives on participation and community (Gritt B. Nielsen & Nanna Jordt Jorgensen)
- Touchy Art: A phenomenological approach to artistic practice in stigmatised neighbourhoods (Gretel Taylor, Deborah Warr)
Practice Based Articles
- Community Engaged Research in an UNESCO World Heritage Site (Claudia Pato Carvalho)
- ArtsEqual 2015–2021: The challenges of a Large-Scale Research Initiative in Finland (Sari Karttunen & Pia Houni)
- Under the flyover: Homeless people, power of choice and the practice of autonomy through an exchange fair (Luciane Lucas dos Santos)
Review and Dialogue Section
- “Cultural participation as the essence of life” – an interview with Milena Sesic (Lorena Sancho Querol & Claudia Pato Carvalho
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