Dr. Michael Flohr
More information about Michael Flohr: https://www.michaelflohr.de/
Cultural Policy in Thuringia Practices - Governance - Networks Hardly any other policy field is as heterogeneously composed, normatively charged and characterized by symbolic actions as cultural policy. So far, there have only been a few political science studies on how this field functions. Michael Flohr chooses the self-proclaimed "cultural state of Thuringia" as a case study to examine fields of action, practices, forms of governance, and networks in cultural policy. The analysis is based on an extensive qualitative and quantitative database and proves: Cultural policy is in a system-immanent crisis of meaning and structure.
- Flohr, Michael (2021): Shaping Transformation through Digitization: The plattform n as a networking and collaboration platform for sustainable universities. In: Leal Filho, Walter (ed.): Digitalisierungg und Nachhaltigkeit. Heidelberg: Springer Spektrum. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-61534-8_5
- Flohr, Michael; Marcus, Luca (eds.) (2020): Sufficiency in rural universities. Berlin: netzwerk n. www.researchgate.net/publication/342991904_Suffizienz_an_Hochschulen_im_landlichen_Raum
- Flohr, Michael (2019): Sustainability networks at Hoschschulen. The transformative power of connections. netzwerk n: Berlin URL: www.researchgate.net/publication /331894285_sustainability_networks_at_universities_the_transformative_power_of_connections.
- Flohr, Michael (2018): Cultural Policy in Thuringia. Practices - governance - networks. Bielefeld:transcript
- Flohr, Michael with the collaboration of Singer-Brodowski, Mandy (2017): (Un)affordable, (un)countable? Government funding of out-of-school education for sustainable development in Germany from 2011 to 2016. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24318.48961