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Ars Inter Culturas

Ars Inter Culturas

Aesthetics – Education – Cultural Pluralism

ISSN 2083-1226

Publisher: Pomeranian University in Słupsk

Periodicity: Yearly Volume

 

Mission of the Journal Ars Inter Culturas

Arts Inter Culturas is an international scientific journal aiming at supplementing research and practical resources of music culture, music education and psychology, musicology and other related fields. It provides a forum for scientists and practitioners who work in universities, academies of science, institutes, ministries, secondary and elementary schools.

Journal´s music research communication mission is to unite scientists and practitioners from European and other countries who work in the sphere of music culture and education. Papers for publishing in this journal undergo peer evaluation and present results of analysis of reflection, empirical research, practical experiences, social intervention or theoretical overviews. The journal seeks to promote a multidisciplinary approach: it is open for music educational, psychological, musicological, sociological, health care, and other music culture, policy and tradition analysis.

Papers can be published in English, German, Polish and Russian languages with extensive summaries in English or Polish.

Thematic Topics AIC

AIC 1

  1. Cultural and Pedagogical Dimensions – Cultural Pluralism
  2. Music Pedagogy and Cultural Pluralism
  3. Music between Cultures – Problem of Understanding Contemporary Heritage
  4. Word and Music in Literary, Poetic, Art Projections in Cultural Pluralism
  5. Scientific Conference Reports and Reviews of Scientific and Professional Monographs

AIC 2

  1. Historic Aspects of Music Education in European Comparative Perspective
  2. Cultural Pluralism and Regionalisation as Factors that Create Fields of Culture, Music, Music and Academic Education in Europe
  3. Problems of Music-Aesthetical Education – Experience from Czech and Slovak Republic
  4. Music as European Cultural Heritage – Historical and Theoretical Inspirations
  5. Reports