About the Journal

Culture Crossroads is an international peer-reviewed journal published by the Institute of Arts and Cultural Studies of the Latvian Academy of Culture. The goal of Culture Crossroads is to develop and expand theoretical and methodological approaches to the research of art and creativity with emphasis on the potential of a variety of disciplines and interdisciplinarity. The main focus of the publication is on the interaction of cultural, artistic and creative processes as well as the synergy between them and other domains of national economy, politics and social life. It is targeted on the most topical issues and discussion points in culture studies and arts. The publication is open to research in the fields of ethnology, theory of culture, semiotics, cultural anthropology, museology, cultural heritage, management of culture, sociology of culture and art, cultural economics (including creative industries), cultural politics, audio-visual art, performing arts, dance, theory of literature, musicology, law, linguistics, or other domains of culture studies and arts.

Culture Crossroads is indexed in: SCOPUS; EBSCO (Humanities Source Ultimate); ERIH PLUS; ULRICH'S; Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL).

Current Issue

Vol. 23 (2023): Culture Crossroads
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The Editorial Board of the international peer-reviewed scientific journal Culture Crossroads is proud to present a particularly rich and wide-ranging volume of scientific papers. With 19 contributions from esteemed scholars and experts, this volume captures a rich tapestry of perspectives, theories, and empirical studies on an array of critical themes. This edition has been completed entirely within our new open online editing system, and by means of an enhanced peer-review procedure – thus the diversity and quality of the articles surpasses our expectations in both scope and depth. We invite you to be acquainted or re-acquainted with this collection’s authors and their latest exciting work on issues as varied as arts consumption, public participation, dark heritage, historic architectural styles, television documentaries and narrating mothering experience on Twitter. In keeping with the goal of the journal to provide space for original interdisciplinary research on a wide range of cultural and creative issues, we have welcomed an outstandingly diverse set of articles. However, for the sake of clarity and userfriendliness, we have divided these 19 articles into four broad sections.

Published: 28.12.2023


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