Cultural Work and Higher Education aims to explore the intersections between, on the one hand, higher education (HE) policy and practice and, on the other, cultural and creative work. To do this successfully it brings together perspectives from a range of disciplines (including media, psychology, sociology and labour studies) with contributions engaging with student, staff, graduate and practitioner experiences of cultural work. Across the volume, empirical contributions include statistical analysis of creative education and employment experiences and qualitative exchanges with: students at undergraduate and post-graduate levels; HE lecturers with responsibility for work placements; HE lecturers who develop their practice across industry and HE; and industry professionals at various stages of their career. Attending directly to an overlooked area of scholarship on cultural work, this volume explores the kinds of intersections, overlaps and relationships that are now firmly established in the current HE landscape.
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