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PECI3701
Contemporary Issues Reading List

Contemporary Issues in Arts and Culture, 2017/18, Semester 1
Dr Maria Barrett
m.barrett@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Allen, C. 2007. Of entrepreneurs or 24-hour party people? City centre living in Manchester, England. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. . 39 , pp.663–83.

Bakhshi, H., Freeman, A. and Higgs, P. 2012. A dynamic mapping of the UK’s creative industries. London: Nesta. Available online: http://www.nesta.org.uk/publications/dynamic-mapping-uks-creative-industries

Banks, J., & Humphreys, S. 2008. The Labour of User Co-Creators: Emergent Social Network Markets? Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 14 (4), pp.401–418.

Banks, M. 2006. Moral Economy and Cultural Work. Sociology 40 (3), pp.455–472.

Banks, M., Lovatt, A., O’Connor, J., & Raffo, C. 2000. Risk and rust in the cultural industries. Geoforum , 31 (4), pp.453–464.

Bassett, K. 1993. Urban cultural strategies and urban regeneration:a case study and critique. Environment and Planning 25 , pp.1773–1788.

Bassett, K. & Griffiths, R. 2002. Cultural industries, cultural clusters and the city: the example of natural history film-making in Bristol. Geoforum 33 , pp.165–177.

Belfiore, E. 2005. Rethinking cultural policy. European Journal of Communication , 20 (3), pp.402–404.

Belfiore, E. 2004. Auditing culture The subsidised cultural sector in the New Public Management. The International Journal of Cultural Policy , 10 ( 2), pp.183–202.

Belfiore, E. 2006. The Unacknowledged Legacy. International Journal of Cultural Policy , 12 (2), pp.229–244.

Belfiore, E. and Bennett, O. 2008. The social impact of the arts : an intellectual history . Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Belfiore, E. & Bennett, O. 2007a. Determinants of Impact: Towards a Better Understanding of Encounters with the Arts. Cultural Trends , 16 (3), 225–275.

Belfiore, E. & Bennett, O. 2007b. Rethinking the Social Impacts of the Arts. International Journal of Cultural Policy , 13 (2), pp.135–151.

Bishop, C. 2006. Participation . London: Whitechapel.

Bolton, M., Cooper, C. Antrobus, C., Ludlow, J. and Tebbutt, H. 2011. Capital matters: how to build financial resilience in the UK’s arts and cultural sector. London: Mission Models Money.

Brown, A., O’Connor, J., Cohen, S., & Connor, J. O. 2000. Local music policies within a global music industry: cultural quarters in Manchester and Sheffield. Geoforum , 31 ( 4), pp.437–451.

Cooke, B. and Kothari, U. eds. 2001. Participation, the new tyranny? London: Zed Books.

Conner, L. 2013. Audience engagement and the role of arts talk in the digital era . New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Crossick, G. and Kaszynska, P. 2014. Under construction: towards a framework for cultural value. Cultural trends. . 23 (2), pp.120–131.

Cunningham, S. 2004. The creative industries after cultural policy: A genealogy and some possible preferred futures. International Journal of Cultural Studies , 7 (1), pp.105-–15.

Department for Culture Media and Sport. 2007. Culture on demand: ways to engage a broader audience. London: Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Available online: http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20121204113822/http://www.culture.gov.uk/images/research/CultureOnDemand.pdf

Evans, G. 2000. Measure for Measure: Evaluating Performance and the Arts Organisation. Studies in Cultures, Organizations & Societies , 6 , pp.243–266.

Evans, G. 2009. Creative Cities, Creative Spaces and Urban Policy. Urban Studies 46 (5-6), pp.1003–1040.

Flew, T., & Cunningham, S. 2010. Creative Industries after the First Decade of Debate. Information Society , 26 (2), pp,113–123.

Freshwater, H. 2009. Theatre & audience . Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Gibson, C. 2003. Cultures at work: why “culture” matters in research on the “cultural” industries. Social and Cultural Geography , 4 (2), pp.201–215.

Gibson, C. & Kong, L. 2005. Cultural economy: a critical review. Progress in Human Geography , 29 (5), pp.541–561.

Gill, R. & Pratt, A. 2008. Precarity and Cultural Work In the Social Factory? Immaterial labour, precariousness and cultural work. Theory, culture & society , 25 (7-8), pp.1–30.

Griffiths, R. 1995a. Cultural strategies and new modes of urban intervention. Cities , 12 (4), pp.253–265.

Griffiths, R. 1995b. The politics of cultural policy in urban regeneration strategies. Policy and Politics , 21 (1), pp.9–46.

Hesmondhalgh, D. & Pratt, A. C. 2005. Cultural industries and cultural policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy 11 (1), pp.1–13.

Hesmondhalgh, D. & Baker, S. 2010. “A very complicated version of freedom”: Conditions and experiences of creative labour in three cultural industries. Poetics , 38 (1), pp.4–20.

Holden, J. 2010. Culture and Class . London: Counterpoint. Available online: http://www.bluedrum.ie/documents/CultureAndClassStandard.pdf

Jancovich, L. 2011. Great art for everyone? Engagement and participation policy in the arts. Cultural trends., 20 (3–4), pp.271–279.

Keen, A. 2007. The cult of the amateur : how today's internet is killing our culture and assaulting our economy. London: Nicholas Brealey.

Knell, J. 2007. The art of living: a provocation paper. London: Mission Models Money. Available online: http://www.missionmodelsmoney.org.uk/sites/default/files/23974645-The-Art-of-Living-by-John-Knell-2007_0.pdf

Lange, B. & Burkner, H. J. 2010. Creation of value in creative industries. The case of electronic club music. Zeitschrift Fur Wirtschaftsgeographie , 54 (1), pp.46–68.

Lange, B., Kalandides, A., Stober, B., Mieg, H. a., & Stöber, B. 2008. Berlin’s Creative Industries: Governing Creativity? Industry and innovation 15 (5), pp.531–548.

Leadbeater, C. 2009. The art of with. Manchester: Cornerhouse. Available online:http://homemcr.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/old_site/media/Learn/The%20Art%20of%20With.pdf

Oakley, K. 2004. Not So Cool Britannia: The Role of the Creative Industries in Economic Development. International Journal of Cultural Studies , 7 (1), pp.67–77.

Oakley, K. 2007. Include us out: economic development and social policy in the creative industries. Cultural trends.. 15 (4), pp.255–273.

Oakley, K. 2008. The art of education: new competencies for the creative workforce. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy 128 , pp.137–143.

Oakley, K. 2009. From bohemia to Britart: art students over 50 years. Cultural Trends 18 (4), pp.281–294.

O’Brien, D. 2010. Measuring the value of culture: a report to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. London: DCMS. Available online: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/77933/measuring-the-value-culture-report.pdf

O’Brien, D. and Oakley, K. 2015. Cultural value and inequality: a critical literature review. London: Arts and Humanities Research Council. Available online: http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/project-reports-and-reviews/cultural-value-and-inequality-a-critical-literature-review/

O’Connor, J. 2010. The cultural and creative industries: a literature review (2nd ed.). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Creativity, Culture and Education. Available online: http://www.creativitycultureeducation.org/wp-content/uploads/CCE-lit-review-creative-cultural-industries-257.pdf

O’Connor, J., & Gu, X. 2010. Developing a creative cluster in a postindustrial City: CIDS and Manchester. Information Society, 26 (2), pp.124–136.

Payne, A. F., Storbacka, K. and Frow, P. 2008. Managing the co-creation of value. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.. 36 , 83–96.

Potts, J, Hartley, J., Banks, J., Burgess, J., Cobcroft, R., Cunningham, S., & Montgomery, L. 2008. Consumer co-creation and situated creativity. Industry and Innovation 15 (5), pp.459–474.

Potts, Jason, & Cunningham, S. 2008. Four models of the creative industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy 14 (3), pp.233–247.

Potts, Jason, Cunningham, S., Hartley, J., & Ormerod, P. (2008). Social network markets: a new definition of the creative industries. Journal of cultural economics , 32 (3), pp.67–185.

Pratt, A C. 2009. Urban regeneration: from the arts “feel good” factor to the cultural economy: a case study of Hoxton, London. Urban Studies 46 (5–6), pp.1041–1061.

Pratt, A. C. 2009. The creative and cultural economy and the recession. Geoforum , 40 (4), pp.495–496.

Reason, M. 2010. Asking the audience: audience research and the experience of theatre. About performance.. 10, pp.15–34.

Ritzer, G. and N. Jurgenson. 2010. Production, consumption, prosumption: the nature of capitalism in the age of the digital prosumer. Journal of consumer culture. . 10 (3), pp.13–36.

Robinson, M. 2010. Making adaptive resilience real. London: Arts Council England. Available online: http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/media/uploads/making_adaptive_resilience_real.pdf

Simon, N. 2010. The participatory museum . Santa Cruz, CA: Museum 2.0. Available from: http://www.participatorymuseum.org/chapter1

Sharpe, B. 2010. Economies of life : patterns of health and wealth. Axminster: Triarchy Press.

Stark, P., Gordon, C. and Powell, D. 2013. Rebalancing our cultural capital: a contribution to the debate on national policy for the arts and culture in England. Available online: http://www.artsprofessional.co.uk/sites/artsprofessional.co.uk/files/rebalancing_our_cultural_capital.pdf

Stiegler, B. 2011. Decadence of industrial democracies. v.1, Disbelief and discredit Cambridge: Polity

Tallon, A. 2013. Culture and regeneration. In: Urban Regeneration in the UK (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Tusa, J. 2014. Pain in the arts. London: I.B. Tauris.

Tusa, J. 2007. Engaged with the arts : writings from the frontline. London: I.B. Tauris.

Uricchio, W. 2004. Beyond the Great Divide: Collaborative Networks and the Challenge to Dominant Conceptions of Creative Industries. International Journal of Cultural Studies7(1), pp.79–90.

Vuyk, K. 2010. The arts as an instrument? Notes on the controversy surrounding the value of art. The international journal of cultural policy.. 16 (2), pp.173–183.

Walmsley, B. 2013. Whose value is it anyway? A neo-institutionalist approach to articulating and evaluating artistic value. Journal of arts and communities. 4(3), pp.199–215.

Walmsley, B. 2014. Understanding audiences and marketing theater. In: O’Reilly, D., Rentschler, R. and Kirchner, T. eds. The Routledge companion to Arts Marketing . Oxon; New York: Routledge, pp.375–383.

Walmsley. B. ed. 2011. Key issues in the arts and entertainment industry. Oxford: Goodfellow.

Walmsley, B. 2011. Why people go to the theatre: a qualitative study of audience motivation. Journal of Customer Behaviour. 10 (4), pp.335–351. Available online: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/79376/1/Why%20people%20go%20to%20the%20theatre%20-%20Journal%20of%20Customer%20Behaviour.pdf

Wilson, N. 2010. Social creativity: re‐qualifying the creative economy. The international journal of cultural policy.. 16(3), pp.367–381.

Wood, P. 2011. What is the intercultural city and how can we create it? In: Clarijis, R. and Guidikova, I. eds. Diversity and community development: an intercultural approach. Amsterdam: SWP. Availalble online: http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/culture/cities/Publication/community_en.asp

Wittel, A. 2012. Culture, labour and subjectivity: for a political economy from below. In: Moran, B.and Alacovska, A. eds. Creative industries: critical readings Vol. 4 Work, London: Berg, pp.64–78.

This list was last updated on 15/09/2015