The contributions to this issue explore the relevance of the ‘Cultural Ecology’ concept to the creative and cultural industries.
This issue focuses on the theme of ‘Borders and Hinterlands’, exploring creative and cultural practice that exists beyond the margins of cultural policy and commercial markets.
The first issue since the rebranding of the journal focuses on the theme of ‘Alternativity’, featuring a range of contributions from researchers across the UK and beyond.
The contributions to this issue centre around the theme of “Disruption”. By adopting this theme, we aimed to capture a wide range of disruptive events that have been happening to and within the cultural and creative industries in the recent years.
This is the first guest-edited issue of the journal. The contributions here focus on creative HE curriculum and pedagogy.