Culture and Development
Revista Cultura y Desarrollo (Spanish)
Culture and Development is a periodic magazine published by the UNESCO Regional Office for Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean since 2000. The magazine is a space for reflection, exchanges and dissemination of ideas and experiences dealing with culture as a priority element for the human and economic development of the region.
Published by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) since 1948, MUSEUM International is a major forum for the exchange of scientific and technical information concerning museums and cultural heritage. It provides a unique space which enables readers and contributors to partake of cultural diversity through heritage around the world. In a renewed editorial approach, it addresses issues relevant to cultural policies, ethics and practices on national and international levels. Museum International fosters exchanges of expertise in the context of interdisciplinary research (anthropology, archaeology, history and art history, sociology, philosophy, museology and economy), best practices for the safeguarding and protection of the cultural heritage, and political decision-making in a cultural environment undergoing deep-seated changes. The journal is published quarterly in five languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French and Spanish (e-journal).
Last update: 27 January 2015
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