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This explains why, for example, cultural studies did not develop in the USA with as much flare or gusto as arts management did (H. Gray, 1996; Peters, 1999). 2 provides a prospectus of these cognate fields. The intersections with these areas are still numerous and sometimes the differences are blurrier than the overlaps. 2). 2 27 History of cognate fields Nonprofit The first university-based, generic nonprofit management programs date back to the early 1980s in the USA. The emergence of these programs proceeded a significant growth in the nonprofit sector in the decades following the 1960s.
The cultural policy research emerging from the social sciences has mainly developed from political science, sociology, and economics. Studies based on political science focus on understanding the values of the arts for their countries and the purpose of a government’s involvement in the arts sector. American scholars look into the democratic and diverse values brought by the arts and their public support (Cunningham, 1992; Larson, 1983; Lowry & Assembly, 1984; Pankratz 30 Arts Management and Cultural Policy Research & Morris, 1990).
Paul Sachs, assistant director of the Fogg Museum at Harvard University, and John Cotton Dana, director and librarian at the Newark Museum in New Jersey, established the first model for museum training and museum education. The “museum studies” label became popular in Anglospeaking countries in the 1970s, with the University of Leicester leading the field (Lorente, 2012). At the time, museum studies included the study of professional practice in the museum and the theory of museology. During those years, the museum studies curriculum was focused on professional standards and practical considerations.