DRAGIČEVIĆ ŠEŠIĆ Milena
Professor, University of Arts in Belgrade
Dr. Milena Dragićević Šešić, former President of University of Arts, Belgrade, now Head of UNESCO Chair in Interculturalism, Art Management and Mediation at the University of Arts Belgrade, professor of Cultural Policy & Cultural Management, Cultural studies, Media studies. Member of National Council for Science (2006-2010). Diplomas: D.E.A. Paris VIII 1977, Mag. University of Arts Belgrade (1981), and Ph.D. in literature and communication University of Belgrade (1990).
Board member of the European Diploma in Cultural Project Management (Marcel Hicter, Bruxelles); former ENCATC and ELIA Board Member. Adviser to the Minister of Culture Republic of Serbia (2007-2008). Commandeur dans l`Ordre des Palmes Academiques (French Ministry of Education) 2002. ENCATC Fellowship Laureate 2019. University of Arts Laureate in 2004 & 2019.
Guest Lecturer at numerous world universities (Warwick University, City University London; Lyon II, I.E.P. Grenoble, Ecole de Commerce and BSB Dijon, Univ. Paris VIII; Columbia university, Buffalo university, NYU; Jyvaskyla university, Helsinki University; Hildesheim university, Heilbron university Kunzelsau; Iagielonian University Krakow, Gdansk university; art schools in Lyon (ENSATT), Brno, Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga; CEU Budapest, Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, Lasalle College of the Arts Singapore. Published 20 books and more than 200 essays: Vers les nouvelles politiques culturelles; Art management in turbulent times: adaptable quality management and Intercultural mediation in the Balkans (both with S. Dragojevic); Culture: management, animation, marketing (with B. Stojkovic); Neofolk culture; Art and alternative…; translated in 17 languages. Editor in chief of the journal Kultura (1997-2001), Zbornik radova Fakulteta dramskih umetnosti (1997-2000). Member of editorial boards of internati
onal academic journals – European Journal of Cultural Policy (1993/95), ENCATC Journal of Cultural Policy and Management (since 2019), European Jornal in Art Education (ELIA, Amsterdam) 2003-2005; Cultural Management, Krakow 2005-2008; Cultural Management Science and Education (2017-) (University of Dabrowa Gornicia, Logos Verlag Berlin); KPY – Cultural Policy and Management Yearbook, Istambul, Bilgi University Press (2007-2017); and domestic journals: Potkulture (1984-1988), Sociološki pregled (1992-1994), Kultura (1985-1994), etc.
Expert in cultural policy and management for UNESCO, European Cultural Foundation, Council of Europe, etc. Realized more than 50 projects in cultural policy and management (India, Cambodia, Arab countries, Central Asia, etc).