Creating Cultural Capital
Cultural Entrepreneurship in Theory, Pedagogy and Practice
This ambitious volume eloquently frames cultural entrepreneurship as a “critical paradigm” for artistic creators, scholars, students, and policymakers to ethically engage the communities where they work. Among the book’s important contributions are its conceptual framework and its exemplary models of cultural entrepreneurship efforts on the ground. However, at nearly 400 pages with contributions from 50 scholars worldwide, Creating Cultural Capital’s most significant offering is undoubtedly its precedence as a benchmark for the study of praxis globally. The book’s diverse cultural perspectives pay particular attention to place, distinct economic circumstances, and the interdisciplinary and hybrid approaches shaping artistic and cultural practices worldwide.
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