Emiliano Treré is Lecturer in the School of Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University, UK.
Peter Campbell is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Liverpool, UK.
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
Minneapolis’ story began with a struggle over land
The rise of negative lyrics in popular English-language songs is a fascinating phenomenon
Wales is particularly dependent on trade with the EU – more so than any other UK nation or region
Africa’s biggest prizes are awarded by foreign territories
It marked the last time the four members of the band would record an album together
Neither party’s pledges offer much hope to organisations that actually produce art
Community arts and changing perceptions of the West
Creative industries and local urban development in Cape Town, South Africa
Economic evolution implies that agents become different as they adopt new ideas and knowledge
The creative society is not a finished product but an emerging process
Occupations in art and culture in a broad sense are many and heterogeneous
A question of enclosure
A visual poem evoking a nuanced narrative portrait of Ethiopia
Vic Mensa Documentary
The process behind Jen Mann’s artworks
The story of Yung Lenox: Rap’s most prolific (7-year-old) portraitist
What is vandalism? And how will the city define itself going forward?
A story through dance of the passing of time and the process of aging