Announcing the new 2018-2020 Editorial Board of the ENCATC Journal
On 18 July, ENCATC revealed the new 2018-2020 Editorial Board of ENCATC Journal of Cultural Management and Policy Coming from 7 higher education institutions in 6 countries, the Editorial Board will contribute to the development of the Journal's editorial process, further strengthening ENCATC's leadership to identify and support innovative research in cultural management and policy.
The ENCATC Journal on Cultural Management and Policy, Europe's leading scientific publication stimulating the debate on the topics of cultural management and cultural policy among scholars, educators, policy makers and cultural managers.
"Since ENCATC launched the Journal in
2011, the annual publication has become an invaluable and trusted
resource, answering to the need for multidisciplinary perspective and
connecting theory and practice in the realm of the cultural sector,"
said Francesca Imperiale,
ENCATC President. "The
elected Journal's Editorial Board for 2018-2020 is exemplary in their
individual and combined expertise in cultural management and policy to
contribute to the development of the Journal's editorial process, safeguard its
quality, and ensure that it meets the highest academic standards."
Editorial Board of the ENCATC Journal consists of 7 members, 2 are ENCATC
institutional members, 2 were nominated by the ENCATC Board, and 3 by the ENCATC members through an open call for
nominations and election process.
The new Editorial Board represents a diverse group of experienced researchers in 6 countries serving for a 2-year term. The 2 ENCATC institutional members of the Editorial Board are the President, Francesca Imperiale, University of Salento (Italy) and the board member responsible for research activities acting also as the Editor in Chief, Tanja Johansson, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki (Finland). They are joined by: François Colbert, HEC Montréal (Canada); Fabio Donato, University of Ferrara (Italy); Milena Dragićević-Šešić, University of Arts Belgrade (Serbia); Steven Hadley, Queen's University Belfast (United Kingdom); and Christine Sinapi, Burgundy School of Business (France).
"ENCATC deeply thanks the previous editorial board for their vision, expertise, commitment, and guidance that built the foundation for the Journal's success. Now with 7 volumes published and the Journal indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)-Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics) and ERIH Plus-European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences, I believe the new Editorial board will expertly guide us in obtaining new prestigious indexation and promote the most innovative and cutting-edge research to benefit the cultural management and cultural policy community in Europe and beyond," said GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens, ENCATC Secretary General.