Dr. Durrer explores how cultural production and policymaking contribute to challenging and upholding institutional terms and conditions for (in)equality, acceptance and inclusion in the social world.
Drawing on social science and arts-based co-produced research methods her work examines processes of cultural policy making at national and local level on the island of Ireland, the attachment of social policy agendas to culture and its interpretation and delivery by arts managers and mobility of policies and practices through internationalized arts management teaching.
Open to PhD applications in the fields of sociology, arts, arts management and cultural policy with particular interest in
PUBLIC OUTREACH AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
Name: Ali Fitzgibbon
Years of Study: 2015 - Present
Country: United Kingdom
Name: Jonathan Adeyemi
Years of Study: 2016 - present
Name: Zahra Khademi
Years of Study: 2018 - Present
DGov Title: Impact of philanthropic and private donors on Irish foreign aid
Years of Study: 2008 - 2011
Current position: Senior Governance Specialist, Institute of Public Administration, Dublin (previously at European Union Commission)
PhD Title: From aid effectiveness to development cooperation: the inclusion of non-state actors in the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation
Years of Study: 2012-16
Current position: : Governance Director, Amnesty International (previously at UNICEF and WHO)
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