Narrative identity and the map of cultural policy once upon a time in a globalized world explores how and why stories and identities sometimes merge and often clash in an arena in which culture and policy may not be able to resolve every difficulty devereaux and griffin argue that the role of narrative is key to understanding these issues. By constance devereaux martin griffin routledge 196 pages look inside university of arts belgrade serbia narrative identity and the map of cultural policy is a major contribution to narrative studies devereaux and griffin adeptly deploy narrative theory to address an impressive array of issues in cultural policy and in so doing . Martin griffin associate professor biography narrative identity and the map of cultural policy 2013 co authored with constance devereaux examines the connections between narrative form and policy discourse in a world of multiple intersecting identities. Constance devereaux 1 constance devereaux martin griffin files 1 of 2 6 narrative identity and the map of cultural policy our fictional example presents an unlikely hero the small but plucky duchy of grand fenwick setting of a series of satirical novels by leonard wibberly which pits this small nation state against superpowers . Notable publications include narrative identity and the map of cultural policy once upon a time in a globalized world co authored with martin griffin cultural management and the discourse of practice and a theoretical framework for sustaining culture culturally sustainable entrepreneurship co authored with kristen swanson
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