Culture Shock Trump?

How U.S. Policies Influence the Arts, Culture and Science

Within just a few days of taking office, President Donald Trump has begun to change the political scenery of the U.S., decree by decree. His policies affect the arts, culture and science: Universities are to suffer financial cutbacks; the immigration ban for individuals from seven majority-Muslim countries threatens to damage the international exchange in the arts, culture and science. Still, Trump's executive orders do not go unchallenged: Museums and universities refuse to accept this growing isolation without a fight. Our special press review 'Culture Shock Trump?' explores current developments in the U.S. and their consequences for the arts, sports, the media and science.

Crisis to opportunity: Rehumanising internationalisation

universityworldnews.com | 15.11.2017

apnews.com | 16.10.2017

US to pull out of Unesco by 2018

theartnewspaper.com | 12.10.2017

Universities warn court of harm caused by travel ban

universityworldnews.com | 23.09.2017

Mexican-born artist to build wall in New York park

theartnewspaper.com | 04.09.2017