Presentation of UNCHARTED at the European Sociological Association Conference on The Social Effects of Art

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On 10th March 2021, Professor Arturo Rodríguez Morató and Dr. Matías Zarlenga, from the University of Barcelona, UNCHARTED project’s partner leader, presented the Project at the 11th midterm conference of the Research Network on the Sociology of the Arts of the European Sociological Association, THE SOCIAL EFFECTS OF ART (https://sites.uniarts.fi/web/esa-arts2021/home) . The event was organized by the University of the Arts (Uniarts) Helsinki, Center for Cultural Policy Research CUPORE & European Sociological Association, Sociology of the Arts Research Network (RN2). The ESA-Arts 2021 conference dealt with the social function and effects of the arts, a defining problem for the discipline. The paper (UNCHARTED: a European research project on the value of culture and the arts), which was presented within a session on the Arts and Cultural Policies, gave an overview of the project, explaining its general vision and the research logic inspiring it.

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