Joel Waldfogel is an American economist and the Frederick R. Kappel Chair in Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.
Steff Humm is completing a PhD on value in the UK comics industry with University of Nottingham.
David Wright teaches in the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies at the University of Warwick.
David Arditi is Professor of Sociology with University of Texas at Arlington
Fiona Drummond is an economic geographer completing a PhD with the Digital Media Research Centre at Queensland University of Technology.
Lena has over 20 years’ experience in arts, cultural and media organisations, and has managed screen and digital media–based initiatives
‘I wanted to hear, and I wanted to know the whole American story.’
Ministries have yet to consider digital transformation issues
More than three-quarters of the population remains offline
Where is the rationale here for building a strong and healthy arts sector?
Perhaps the terms “cinema” and “television” no longer even make sense
The on-screen gender mix hasn’t changed meaningfully since the end of World War II
Why establish more film festivals when there are plenty already?
Role model subjects of contemporary capitalism?
A South and Eastern European Analysis
Current Educator Strategies and Methods
An international comparative study
Conception of Creative Industries in Russia has not been reflected in either legislation or state policy
The final year of ‘Homeskillet Fest’ in Sitka, Alaska
People of the Delta
The adventures and process of a young wildlife photographer
Kenji Igus explores the connections between Tap and Rap
Laurie’s haunted images seek answers to some of the most uncomfortable themes in our culture
These photographs depict living human beings, upon whose gaze you may project what you will