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Mon, Jan 04



Digitilized Culture 2.0 - Changing the balance of power

Session #3 Re-Thinking the Cultural-Digital-Public Diplomacy Triangle during COVID-19 crises - sessions about culture and digitalization in light of New Diplomacies discussion

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Digitilized Culture 2.0 - Changing the balance of power
Digitilized Culture 2.0 - Changing the balance of power

Time & Location

Jan 04, 2021, 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM GMT+2



About the Event

Researchers, diplomats, and practitioners reflect on the digital gap between cultural and public diplomacy


Even though both public and cultural diplomacy have undergone a rapid process of digitalization, few studies have examined professional, institutional, and theoretical similarities between the two: These Seminars seek to address this substantial gap.

This panel will examine whether cultural diplomacy can use to interact with the ‘frontier’ (e.g., use of digital technologies to promote culture in areas far from a state’s capital or by small states) or to introduce art from the ‘frontier’ (e.g., promoting artists and cultural institutions from remote national areas or by small states). The panel will also investigate which new actors we can find in cultural and digital diplomacy and learn from them about collaborating in the online realm to promote cross-cultural dialogue.


Schedule and speakers:

16:00 - 16:50 (GMT+2) Panel

Mapping the scene- The new human and non-human actors in cultural diplomacy

Dr. Lior Zalmanson, Tel Aviv University

City Diplomacy in the Urban Planet

Prof. Juan Luis Manfredi, University of Castilla-La Mancha

Expressing culture through digital or technology

Ms. Eva Brazdžionytė, Gluk Media

Culinary Diplomacy in the digital age

Ms. Ruthie Rousso, Food Journalist, and lecturer

16:50- 17:15 (GMT+2) Open discussion and Q&A led by Dr. Lior Zalmanson


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