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Investigating London’s creative economy: A word on research methods
(Creativeworks London, 2016-04)
This paper is about the research methods used by Creativeworks London’s Place Work Knowledge (PWK) research strand in developing a number of case studies investigating the creative economy in parts of London. The PWK ...
‘Lewis Grassic Gibbon and Modernism: “What’s wrong with the other moderns is the lack of purpose in their infernal books”'
Examining his works within the social, political, and literary developments of his time, this volume demonstrates Gibbon's continuing relevance both in Scotland and internationally.
Oulibertinage: Play and Pudeur in Anne Garréta's Pas un jour
(Edinburgh University Press, 2018-03-01)
Since the turn of the century, women-authored sexual confessions have proliferated. However, these succès de scandale have been paralleled by anxiety regarding self-exposure and a sense that, for women writers, the ‘taboo’ ...
Overview of Business-Facing Arts Audience Research
This report is a review of public-domain research conducted specifically in order to inform arts organisations about their audiences. The research covered is driven by the demands of the arts industry to understand its ...
Du Bartas’ Visit to England and Scotland in 1587
(Oxford University Press, 2012-10-19)
Mechanisms of collaboration between creative small, medium and micro-sized enterprises and higher education institutions: reflections on the Creativeworks London Creative Voucher scheme
According to the literature, university-industry collaborations are far from straightforward. This paper adds to this work by looking at how the process of collaboration has fared between higher education institutions ...
Opera Audiences and Cultural Value: A Study of Audience Experience
This project aims to better describe the cultural value of opera through a study of its most devoted audience members. Through qualitative surveys and in-depth, open-ended interviews with highly-engaged opera-goers, we ...