Dr. Alba Victoria Zamarbide Urdaniz from Waseda University in Japan has won the 5th ENCATC Research Award for her PhD thesis, for her PhD on “Re-defining the role of ‘buffers’ in the management of the historical territory. The discrepancies between theoretical concepts and practical interpretations of ‘buffer’ zones in Eastern and Western Cultural World Heritage sites.”
The winner, Dr. Alba Victoria Zamarbide Urdaniz expressed her deep gratitude for the ENCATC Award’s prestigious international recognition: “I would like to thank ENCATC and the Award’s international jury for this opportunity to share my research in Europe and beyond that has benefited from a social approach which I learn from a Japanese methodology. This proves that the consideration of many human layers of cultural management needs worldwide attention.”
She will have her PhD thesis published in the ENCATC Book Series on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education by the international publishing house, PIE Peter Lang.
Today Bucharest was at the heart of our reflections for what is the cultural horizon and opening up perspectives to face ongoing transformations.
Thank you to our academic facilitators and local experts who shed light on historical and cultural points of interest to kick-off our intercultural exchanges on the Congress theme.
Thanks again to Lotta Lekvall for answering to our questions about her personal live, but also about her professional journey and shared with us her perception about cultural policies in Sweden but also in Europe nowadaysKEEP READING