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  1. Art: Key Contemporary Thinkers.Diarmuid Costello & Jonathan Vickery (eds.) - 2007 - Berg.
    The last few decades have witnessed an explosion in ideas and theories on art. Art itself has never been more popular, but much recent thinking remains inaccessible and difficult to use. This book assesses the work of leading thinkers (including artists) who are having a major impact on making, criticizing and interpreting art. Each entry, written by a leading international expert, presents a concise, critical appraisal of a thinker and their contribution to thought about art and its place in the (...)
     
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    Teaching the Cultural and Creative Industries: An International Perspective.Justin O’Connor, Xin Gu & Jonathan Vickery - 2019 - Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 18 (2-3):93-98.
    Dedicated to the memory our late colleagues, Dr Anna Upchurch and Dr Lorraine Lim, both of whom attended the symposium from which this Special Issue emerged, and both of whom were to make valuable contributions.
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    Creative Economy, Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship – Questions for a Masters Programme in its Adolescence. An Interview with Mariangela Lavanga and Ellen Loots.Jonathan Vickery - 2019 - Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 18 (2-3):269-278.
    The purpose of this interview is to discuss the aims, objectives and achievements of a pioneering European masters degree – in the context of the politics of higher education and the economics of the creative industries.
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    Urban Cultural Intermediaries: Reflections on Pedagogy and Creativity in the Urban Economy.Jonathan Vickery - 2019 - Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 18 (2-3):197-215.
    This article is a critical reflection on a creative practice course module that runs each year in the city of Coventry. The module aims to develop student skills appropriate to the creative and cultural industries, while maintaining an emphatic radical dimension in raising the students’ social consciousness on the urban context of their skills development. Between 2016 and 2018 the module attracted funding in order to enhance its strategic approach to creative pedagogy through research and a revised module structure. This (...)
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