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Culture Unbound, Volume 3, 2011

DOI: 10.3384/cu.2000.1525.113

Thematic Sections of 2011

Fashion, Market and Materiality
Creativity Unbound – Policies, Government and the Creative Industries
Exhibiting Europe
Independent Articles

Table of Contents

Johan Fornäs, Martin Fredriksson & Jenny Johannisson
Culture Unbound vol. 3, Editorial

Johan Fornäs, Martin Fredriksson & Jenny Johannisson
Acknowledgements

Thematic Section: Fashion, Market and Materiality

Therése Andersson
Fashion, Market and Materiality Along the Seams of Clothing

Kirsi Laitala, Ingun Grimstad Klepp & Benedicte Hauge
Materialised Ideals: Sizes and Beauty

Cecilia Fredriksson
Retail and Fashion – A Happy Marriage? The Making of a Fashion Industry Research Design

Marie Riegels Melchior
Catwalking the Nation: Challenges and Possibilities in the Case of the Danish Fashion Industry

Jennifer Craik
The Fastskin Revolution: From Human Fish to Swimming Androids

Viveka Berggren Torell
As Fast as Possible Rather Than Well Protected: Experiences of Football Clothes

Therése Andersson
Costume Cinema and Materiality: Telling the Story of Marie Antoinette through Dress

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Thematic Section: Creativity Unbound – Policies, Government and the Creative Industries

Can-Seng Ooi & Birgit Stöber
Creativity Unbound – Policies, Government and the Creative Industries

Can-Seng Ooi
Subjugated in the Creative Industries: The Fine Arts in Singapore

Jesper Strandgaard Pedersen & Carmelo Mazza
International Film Festivals: For the Benefit of Whom?

Richard Ek
Creating the Creative Postpolitical Citizen? The Showroom as an Arena for Creativity

Bastian Lange
Re-scaling Governance in Berlin's Creative Economy

Marie Riegels Melchior, Lise Skov & Fabian Faurholt Csaba
Translating Fashion into Danish

Birgit Stöber
Fixed Links and Vague Discourses: About Culture and the Making of Cross-border Regions

Sarah Holst Kjær
Meaningful-Experience Creation and Event Management: A Post-Event Analysis of Copenhagen Carnival 2009

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Thematic Section: Exhibiting Europe

Stefan Krankenhagen
Exhibiting Europe: The Development of European Narratives in Museums, Collections, and Exhibitions

Torgeir Rinke Bangstad
Routes of Industrial Heritage: On the Animation of Sedentary Objects

Alexander Badenoch
Harmonized Spaces, Dissonant Objects, Inventing Europe? Mobilizing Digital Heritage

Nanna Thylstrup
The Digital Dimension of European Cultural Politics: Index, Intellectual Property and Internet Governance

Kerstin Poehls
Europe Blurred: Migration, Margins and the Museum

Ljiljana Radonic
Croatia – Exhibiting Memory and History at the ‘Shores of Europe’

Steffi de Jong
Is This Us? The Construction of European Woman/Man in the Exhibition It’s our History!

Wolfram Kaiser
From Great Men to Ordinary Citizens? The Biographical Approach to Narrating European Integration in Museums

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Independent Articles

Hillevi Ganetz
Fame Factory: Performing Gender and Sexuality in Talent Reality Television

Carsten Stage
Thingifying Neda: The Construction of Commemorative and Affective Thingifications of Neda Agda Soltan

Lena Ekelund & Håkan Jönsson
How does Modernity Taste? Tomatoes in the Societal Change from Modernity to Late Modernity

Mikkel Jensen
Miss(ed) Generation: Douglas Coupland’s Miss Wyoming

Birgit Eriksson
The Uses of Art: Contemporary Changes in Cultural Consumption and the Function of Art

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