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Version: December 2019

Introduction
Creative Cities off the Beaten Path

Revisiting the conceptual and theoretical foundations that have informed discourses, research, and cultural policy development on creative cities to date, this issue offers perspectives on creativity off the beaten path. The contributions provide critical reflections on different notions and narratives of creativity, examine the potential and downsides of creativity as a development tool, and integrate perspectives from cities and regions that are often overlooked in the Anglo-Saxon-dominated creativity discourse. Researchers and policymakers who are new to the field of creative cities will gain useful insights into theories and methods on creative city discourse, and those who are already knowledgeable in the field will be provided with fresh ideas and voices that pose the potential to reframe and rethink the role of creativity in theory and practice.

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2020 (1)
Creative Cities off the Beaten Path

Constance DeVereaux / Steffen Höhne / Martin Tröndle (Eds.)

ISBN 978-3-8376-4957-4

transcript

34,99 €

The current issue can be ordered from the publisher.