Note that the following reading list contains CORE readings for both the Arts and Heritage strands of this module. A more extensive reading list will be provided as part of the course outline issued at the first session of the Autumn semester.
Raymond Williams, Culture and Society, 1958 [Library: GEN 820.9]
Jim McGuigan, Rethinking Cultural Policy, 2004 [Available on short loan from the library]
Terry Eagleton, The Idea of Culture, 2000 [Library: 306:EAG]
Nelson C, Treichler P.A, and Grossberg L. (eds), Cultural Studies: an introduction, Routledge (1992) [Library: GEN 306/GRO]
Jim McGuigan, Studying Culture: an introductory reader, Edward Arnold, 1993, [Library: 306GRA]
Pierre Bourdieu, The field of cultural production : essays on art and literature, edited and introduced by Randal Johnson, Cambridge, 1993 [Library: GEN 306/BOU]
Pierre, Bourdieu, Distinction : a social critique of the judgement of taste / translated by Richard Nice, Routledge, 1984 [Library: GEN 302/BOU]
Jim McGuigan, ‘Cultural Policy Studies’ in Culture and the Public Sphere, 1996 [Library: GEN 306/MCG] Justin Lewis and Toby Miller (eds), Critical Cultural Policy Studies: a Reader, Blackwell, 2002 [Library: GEN 306/LEW – week loan]
David Hesmondhalgh, ‘Approaches to Culture’ in The Cultural Industries, 2002 [Library: GEN 338.477/HES – week loan]
Adorno and Horkheimer, extract from 1944 essay ‘The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception’
David Hesmondhalgh and Andy Pratt, ‘Cultural Industries and Cultural Policy’, IJCP, Vol.11, no.1, 2005
Susan Galloway and Stewart Dunlop, ‘A Critique of Definitions of the Cultural and Creative Industries in Public Policy’, IJCP, Vo. 13, no.1, 2007 [
Terry Flew, ‘Beyond ad hocery: Defining Creative Industries’, Second International Conference on Cultural Policy Research, 2002
David Throsby, ‘Modelling the Cultural Industries’, IJCP, Vol.14, no.3, August, 2008
Nicholas Garnham, ‘From Cultural to Creative Industries’, IJCP, Vol.11, no.1, 2005
Brian P. Kennedy, ‘The Failure of the Cultural Republic: Ireland 1922-1939’, Studies, Spring 1992
Brian P. Kennedy, Dreams and Responsibilities: The State and the Arts in Independent Ireland, Arts Council, 1990
Fitzgibbon, M. (2007) ‘Ireland: Cultural Policy’, published on EU policy site Compendium: Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe (http://www.culturalpolicies.net)
Pat Cooke, ‘The Artist and the State in Ireland: Artist Autonomy and the Arm's Length Principle in a Time of Crisis,’ Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, Vol. 37, No. 1/2, (2011), pp. 98-119
Belfiore, E. & O. Bennett (2007) ‘Rethinking the Social Impact of the Arts’, International Journal of Cultural Policy 13:2, 135-151.
Benson, C. (1992), ‘Towards Cultural Democracy’, Studies, Spring
National Economic and Social Forum (2007). The Arts, Cultural Inclusion and Social Cohesion: NESF Report 35. Dublin: National Economic and Social Forum. Summary document available at: http://www.nesf.ie/publications.asp
E. Keaney (Institute for Public Policy Research) From Access to Participation: Cultural policy and civil renewal (2006) available at: http://www.ippr.org/publicationsandreports
Understanding the value of arts & culture: The AHRC Cultural Value Project, Geoffrey Crossick & Patrycja Kaszynska, (2015) [Brightspace]
Belfiore, E. and Bennett O, (2007) ‘Rethinking the Social Impacts of the Arts,’ IJCP, 13:2. [Brightspace] Drury, M. and Hibernian Consulting (2006), The Public and the Arts. Dublin: The Arts Council. Summary document available at:http://www.artscouncil.ie/publications/
Merli, P. (2002) ‘Evaluating the Social Impact of Participation in Arts Activities: A critical review of Francois Matarasso’s ‘Use or Ornament?,’ IJCP, 8:1
Matarasso, F. (2002) ‘Smoke and Mirrors: a response to Paola Merli’s “Evaluating the social impact of participation in arts activities”, International Journal of Cultural Policy, 9:3 [Brightspace].
Gray, C. ‘Arts Council England and public value: a critical review,’ IJCP, Vol. 14, No. 2, May 2008, 209–214.
Christopher Woodward, In Ruins, Chatto & Windus, 2001
Alois Riegl (1926),’The Modern Cult of Monuments: Its Essence and its Development,’ in Talley M.K., N.S. Price and A.M. Vaccaro (eds.) (1996), Historical and Philosophical Issues in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Los Angeles: Getty Publications.
Mark O’Neill, 'Essentialism, adaptation and justice: Towards a new epistemology of museums', Museum Management and Curatorship, 21: 2, 2006, 95-116.
Krzystof Pomian, Collectors and Curiosities, Cambridge, 1990
Elizabeth Crooke, Politics, Archaeology and the Creation of a National Museum of Ireland, Irish Academic Press, 2000.
Pat Cooke, ‘Imperious post-colonialism: dealing with the National Museum of Ireland’s non-European collections in a Free State,’ in Exhibit Ireland: ethnographic collections in Irish museums, Wordwell, 2012, pp. 171-87.
John F. Frei, Counterfeit Community, Rowman and Littleton, 1998; Jane Kramer, Whose Art is it?, Duke University Press, 1994
Getty Institute articles on the economics of conservation are available at:
Mourato and Mazzanti: ‘Economic Valuation of Cultural Heritage’ (2002)
Getty Institute, ‘Values in Heritage Conservation’
John Holden, ‘Capturing Cultural Values’ (DEMOS), Available at: https://www.demos.co.uk/files/CapturingCulturalValue.pdf
‘Reflections on the value of the Arts’, Peter Hewitt, ex CEO of the Arts Council of England
Arjo Klamer, ‘Financing the Arts, Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society, Volume 37, 2007 - Issue 3, 2010.
Mark Schuster, ‘Policy and Planning with a Purpose, or the Art of Making Choices’, Cultural Policy Paper, University of Chicago, 2001
M. Cronin and B. O’Connor (eds): Irish Tourism: Image, Culture and Identity, Channel View, 2003
For research and policy papers on tourism, see Failte Ireland website at failteireland.ie
The Limits of Heritage: Strategies for the Containable Management of Heritage in Ireland, Pat Cooke, Policy Institute, TCD (2003)