ifa | For Richard Higgott, emeritus professor of international political economy, the cultural sector plays a special role in the resistance against against growing nationalism, nativism and protectionism.
ifa Input – impetus to current debates on foreign cultural
ifa Input 2/ 2018: L.H.M. Ling "Worldliness: how do we live with others? Universality-as-multiplicity" (PDF)
ifa Input 1/ 2018: Mike van Graan: Enhancing Cultural Democracy. From national to global
cultural democracy in cultural policies (PDF)
ifa Input 4/2017: Regina Wonisch: Decolonising ethnological museums. Art as a way out of the crisis of representation? (PDF)
ifa Input 3/2017: Martin Rose: A New Cultural Diplomacy. The integration of Cultural Relations and diplomacy (PDF)
Within the Research Programme "Culture and Foreign Policy" experts do research on topics related to Germany’s Foreign Cultural and Educational Policy. They investigate specific topics, develop findings and formulate politicy recommendations for future foreign cultural policy strategies.
For its ifa Research Award on Foreign Cultural Policy, the ifa chooses outstanding thesises or dissertations in the field of foreign cultural policy.