Books in this groundbreaking series respond to the growing paradigm in creativity theory that emphasizes the multiplicity of people and roles involved in the creative process, and the corresponding need for concrete illustrations of how to think about individual lives and their distinctive contributions. Sitting at the intersection of theory, research, and practice, each volume features case studies of historical and contemporary figures, dispelling myths about solitary creative genius and exploring the many factors that go into the creative process. This series allows readers to engage with concrete, dynamic examples of how participatory and distributed views of creativity affect how we think about individuals doing creative work.
By Michael Hanchett Hanson
May 31, 2021
Examining the improvised relationships among lifelong learning, formal education, and creativity, this volume provides detailed case studies of the creative work of people from a wide variety of fields. Each profile allows readers to explore how real people’s distinctive points of view, senses of ...