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Saturday, June 1 • 1:00pm - 2:15pm
ENCATC/AAAE Internationational Panel

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Internationalism in higher education is almost taken for granted across the sector today though Arts Administration was one of those disciplines that attracted international attention since the early stages of its development.  The field expanded over the years at institutional and curriculum level worldwide and is now a global market in its own right – in terms of demand and of provision, with degrees offered in many countries worldwide. This AAAE-ENCATC session brings together a panel of US and international fellow academics to discuss to what extent and in what ways Arts Administration as a field of study has been affected by internationalism and (more recently) globalisation.  The curriculum, learning and teaching, interdisciplinarity, employability are just some ‘usual suspect’ themes that are likely to come up in the PechaKucha style presentations and conversation with the audience so we can all share ideas and learn from each other’s experience/s.  Do join us to debate internationalism and globalisation in Arts Administration education and their impact on the ‘direction of travel‘ of the field.’

Speakers
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Dr. Ana Gaio, Centre for Culture and the Creative Industries, Department of Sociology, City, University of London

Centre for Culture and the Creative Industries, Department of Sociology, City, University of London, ENCATC board member
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Richard G Maloney, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Performing Arts Administration graduate program

Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Performing Arts Administration graduate program, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and Affiliated Faculty, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, ENCATC board member
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Sherri Helwig, President, CAAAE, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, University of Toronto Scarborough

President, CAAAE (Canadian Association of Arts Administration Educators), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, University of Toronto Scarborough, Lecturer, Queen’s University



Saturday June 1, 2019 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Pyle Center, Room 332

Attendees (18)