This innovative short-form series welcomes proposals on all aspects of the arts and cultural management, creative industries and the global creative economy. Its goals are to rethink the relationship of creative economies and societies beyond the traditional frameworks: to include diverse voices from different parts of the world; to bridge the perceived gap between "academics" and "practitioners"; and to critically discuss theories and practice in the global creative economy. The concise format (20-40,000 words) offers both new and established scholars an accessible opportunity for the publication of their research and suits a wide range of approaches: - Overview of an emerging area or issue - In-depth case study of a specific sector/organization - Update of a research paper to reflect new findings or wider perspectives - Topical critiques of timely issues/debates impacting the field - Research-based guidance for practitioners interested in new ways of thinking - Focus on specific regional contexts and priorities.
If you have an idea you'd like to discuss for this series, please contact the Routledge Commissioning Editor: [email protected]
Series Editor Aleksandar Brkić is Lecturer at the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE), Goldsmiths, University of London, UK. He is also an active arts manager and producer, with more than two decades of experience in theatre, music and visual arts.