Affirmative Cultural Policy for Diversity in the Brazilian Film Industry
In this seminar, Juliana Lopes da Silva will present her research titled "Affirmative Cultural Policy for Diversity in the Brazilian Film Industry", an investigation of the institutionalisation of affirmative action in Brazil's state cultural policy to foster racial and gender diversity and equality in film production. The speaker will share reflections on how and why Brazil's state cultural policy has adopted racial and gender affirmative action into public funding, the research methodology, and some investigation findings. In the talk, she will also present the context of Brazil's state cultural policy agenda approaching concepts of culture, diversity, social participation, regionalisation and democratisation in cultural production.
Juliana Lopes is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship at the Goldsmiths, University of London. She is also a professor of cultural production at the Federal Institute of Brasília (Brazil). Juliana holds a PhD in Communication and Culture from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, a Master's degree in Cultural Heritage and Social Projects at the Centre for Research and Documentation on Brazilian Contemporary History at the Getulio Vargas Foundation and a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Production at the Fluminense Federal University. She has an extensive career as a cultural manager and worked for several years in Brazil's public sector, developing cultural policies to promote diversity and equality in Brazilian cultural production.
This event is jointly organised by the Creative Industries Research and Innovation Network (CIRIN) and the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Research and Knowledge Exchange Network (EDIN) at Oxford Brookes University.
It is a hybrid event that takes place on Headington Campus and via Zoom. You will receive more details upon booking.