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Analyse des relations culturelles transfrontalières dans le cadre de « Luxembourg et Grande Région, Capitale européenne de la Culture 2007 » / Cities between co-operation and competition. Analysis of transborder cultural relations within the framework of "Luxembourg and Greater Region, European Capital of Culture 2007"

Christophe Sohn
Annales de Géographie
118e Année, No. 667 (mai-juin 2009), pp. 228-246
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23457456
Page Count: 19
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Analyse des relations culturelles transfrontalières dans le cadre de « Luxembourg et Grande Région, Capitale européenne de la Culture 2007 » / Cities between co-operation and competition. Analysis of transborder cultural relations within the framework of "Luxembourg and Greater Region, European Capital of Culture 2007"
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Abstract

À partir de l'événement « Luxembourg et Grande Région, Capitale européenne de la Culture 2007 », cet article traite des relations de coopération transfrontalière entre les partenaires culturels des différentes villes. L'objectif est de voir si, dans le cadre d'une stratégie d'ouverture visant à élargir l'aire d'influence de sa métropole, le Luxembourg parvient à renforcer sa position de pôle culturel au sein de la Grande Région. En se basant sur les projets transfrontaliers labellisés 2007, la mobilisation des outils d'analyse de la théorie des graphes permet de mettre en évidence les axes de coopération privilégiés ainsi que la centralité des villes impliquées au sein des réseaux culturels. Ainsi, les villes qui entretiennent les relations de coopération les plus intenses (Luxembourg-Ville et Sarrebruck) sont également celles qui se retrouvent positionnées au centre de l'événement culturel. Face à des impératifs d'attraction et de rayonnement culturels, les métropoles nouent des relations complexes associant coopération et concurrence. Based on the event "Luxembourg and Greater Region, European Capital of Culture 2007", this article deals with relations of transborder co-operation between cultural partners of various cities. The objective is to see whether, within the framework of an open strategy, aimed at widening the area of influence of its metropolitan area, Luxembourg will manage to reinforce its position as a cultural pole within the Greater Region. Based on transborder projects labelled 2007, graph theory allows us to highlight the privileged axes of co-operation as well as the centrality of the cities implied within the cultural networks. Thus, the cities which maintain the most intense relations of co-operation (Luxembourg-City and Saarbrucken) are also those positioned in the centre of the cultural event. Facing requirements of cultural attraction and influence, these metropolises build complex relations associating co-operation and competition.

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