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Cultural property may be under serious threat in the event of armed conflict. In the twentieth century, there were clear developments in international law aimed at preventing and punishing war crimes against cultural property. Despite this, the destruction of cultural property during armed...
The article investigates cultural activities in French prisons in light of the 1986 protocol between the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Justice. It looks at the main stakeholders involved to understand how decisions are being made; to uncover the motivations of cultural institutions and...
Since 9/11, the U.S. government has gradually increased its budget for cultural exchange to improve its estranged relationship with Middle Eastern1 countries. However, U.S. private foundations have been reluctant to sponsor international artist exchanges with the region. This article describes...
We examine factors that determine attendance for major U.S. symphony orchestras over seven seasons. We find that performing more of the standard repertoire increases attendance but the choice of a composition that has a particular solo instrument does not affect attendance. Other management...
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