Milena Dragićević Šešić

Dr. Milena Dragićević Šešić,  prof. emerita, former President of University of Arts, Belgrade, founder of UNESCO Chair in Interculturalism, Art Management and Mediation, professor of Cultural  Policy & Management, Cultural studies, Media studies. Diplomas: D.E.A. Paris-VIII 1977, Mag. University of Arts Belgrade (1981), and Ph.D. in literature and communication University of Belgrade (1990).
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. Published 20 books and more than 200 essays: Vers les nouvelles politiques culturelles; Art management in turbulent times: adaptable quality management; Intercultural mediation in the Balkans (both with S. Dragojevic); Culture: management, animation, marketing (with Branimir Stojković); Neofolk culture; Art and alternative… Translated in 17 languages.
Expert for UNESCO, European Cultural Foundation, Council of Europe. Realized 50 projects in cultural policy and management (Europe, India, Cambodia, Arab countries, Central Asia).

The books mentioned in the interview were: The Art and Culture of Dissent
The Maaya entrepreneurship: the entrepreneurial model of the Festival sur le Niger  and
In October 2019 Milena Dragićević Šešić became the first ENCATC laureat for her “outstanding achievements in cultural management and policy” ENCATC is a European network on cultural management and policy regrouping higher education institutions that have education and research in these areas. just a dot is missing in between two phrases – so it should be: In October 2019 Milena Dragićević Šešić became the first ENCATC laureat for her “outstanding achievements in cultural management and policy”. ENCATC is a European network on cultural management and policy regrouping higher education institutions that have education and research in these areas.
Milena Dragićević Šešić & Sanjin Dragojević, Intercultural mediation, in albanian language Priština, MM Publishing, 2007, Book cover and design, artist Dren Maliqi. Original edition in Bosnian-Serbo-Croat, OKO Sarajevo 2004. This book was translated in English, French, Georgian & Albanian language.
Milena Dragićević šešić and Sanjin Dragojević (2005) Art Management in Turbulent Times: Adaptable Quality Management, Amsterdam: Boekmanstichting
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  1. […] Milena Dragićević Šešić spoke to us from Belgrade where she had been for the last six months – an unusual timeline for someone who is a nearly constant traveler. While at home, her work habits have been a bit different in that she has been engaged in desk research rather than field research, though there are virtual components that allow her to “visit” places without leaving the safety of home. Dragićević Šešić is involved in two research projects at the moment, one as part of a cultural diplomacy project initiated by the EU cultural centers. She has been involved with this project since 2016 and works with colleagues from around the world as representative for the Western Balkan countries. Another project, also collaborative, looks at the impact of the pandemic on ways of operating among cultural institutions – particularly museums and theaters. To hear more about Milena Dragićević Šešić’s complex and exciting research work, listen to the complete interview. […]