Professor Doris Ruth Eikhof

  • Professor of Cultural Economy & Policy (Theatre, Film & Television Studies)

Research interests

I am a critical creative economy scholar who specialises in diversity and inclusion in cultural work. My recent projects on the screen industries – film, TV, video games, animation – look to identify and remove structural barriers to inclusion. I am particularly interested in the things we do every day, consciously or unconsciously, that enable or close off opportunity for others.  

As AHRC Leadership Fellow I currently lead the project Everyday Diversity in the UK Screen Industries (with BFI and Creative Diversity Network). I am the UK lead for the ORA-funded GEP Analysis study into gender equality policies in film (with Universities of Babelsberg, Rostock, Alberta and Deakin). I have worked on CDN’s Doubling Disability initiative, BAFTA’s 2020 British Academy Film Awards Review, the BFI’s Workforce Diversity Evidence Review (2018), One by one: building the digital literacies of UK museums (AHRC), the Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture in Scotland (AHRC, Nesta & Creative Scotland) as well as projects with Creative Scotland and various arts organisations.

I am a member of the National Partnership for Culture’s Measuring Change group and from 2016-2020 was the founding Deputy Director of the CAMEo Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies at the University of Leicester.

Before joining the University of Glasgow in June 2020, I worked at the Universities of Leicester, Stirling and Hamburg.

Publications

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2021

Coles, A. and Eikhof, D. R. (2021) On the basis of risk: how screen executives' risk perceptions and practices drive gender inequality in directing. Gender, Work and Organization, 28(6), pp. 2040-2057. (doi: 10.1111/gwao.12701)

2020

Eikhof, D. R. (2020) COVID-19, inclusion and workforce diversity in the cultural economy: What now, what next? Cultural Trends, 29(3), pp. 234-250. (doi: 10.1080/09548963.2020.1802202)

Newsinger, J. and Eikhof, D. R. (2020) Explicit and implicit diversity policy in the UK film and television industries. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 17(1), pp. 47-69. (doi: 10.3366/jbctv.2020.0507)

2019

Eikhof, D.R. , Marsden, S., Norman, K. and Randle, K. (2019) Doubling Disability Research Report. Project Report. University of Leicester, Leicester.

Eikhof, D. R. , Newsinger, J., Luchinskaya, D. and Aidley, D. (2019) And … action? Gender, knowledge and inequalities in the UK screen industries. Gender, Work and Organization, 26(6), pp. 840-859. (doi: 10.1111/gwao.12318)

Eikhof, D. R. and Marsden, S. (2019) Diversity and opportunity in the media industries. In: Deuze, M. and Prenger, M. (eds.) Making Media: Production, Practices, and Professions. Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 247-258. ISBN 9789462988118

2018

Eikhof, D. R. , Newsinger, J., Rudloff, D., Luchinskaya, D. and Banks, M. (2018) Workforce Diversity in the UK Screen Sector: Evidence Review. Project Report. University of Leicester, Leicester.

Barnes, S.-A., Kispeter, E., Eikhof, D. R. and Parry, R. (2018) Mapping the Museum Digital Skills Ecosystem: Phase One Report. Project Report. University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. (doi: 10.29311/2018.01).

2017

Eikhof, D. R. (2017) Analysing decisions on diversity and opportunity in the cultural and creative industries: a new framework. Organization, 24(3), pp. 289-307. (doi: 10.1177/1350508416687768)

2016

Eikhof, D. R. and York, C. (2016) ‘It’s a tough drug to kick’: A woman’s career in broadcasting. Work, Employment and Society, 30(1), pp. 152-161. (doi: 10.1177/0950017015601859)

2015

Eikhof, D. R. (2015) ‘Creativity and innovation, or: What have the arts ever done for us?’. Journal of Business Anthropology, 4(2), pp. 244-250.

Eikhof, D. R. (2015) Knowledge work and flexible working: helping or hindering working women? In: Connerley, M. L. and Wu, J. (eds.) Handbook on Well-Being of Working Women. Series: International handbooks of quality-of-life. Springer: Dordrecht, Germany, pp. 361-374. ISBN 9789401798969 (doi: 10.1007/978-94-017-9897-6_21)

Eikhof, D. R. and Warhurst, C. (2015) When good jobs go bad and bad jobs get worse: women’s progression opportunities in a polarised labour market. In: Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (eds.) Women’s Career Development Throughout the Lifespan: an International Exploration. Routledge: Abingdon, UK, pp. 52-65. ISBN 9780415816779

2014

Squires, C., Eikhof, D. R. , Mackenzie, N. G. , Millar, F. and Beech, N. (2014) Digital R&D Fund for the Arts in Scotland, Consortium for Research into Arts and Technology in Scotland (CReATeS), Final Report, March 2014. Project Report. CReATeS.

Summers, J., Eikhof, D. R. and Carter, S. (2014) Opting out of corporate careers: portraits from a women's magazine. Employee Relations, 36(1), pp. 33-48. (doi: 10.1108/ER-03-2013-0028)

Berridge, S. and Eikhof, D. R. (2014) Culture Juice - Research Report: Breaking Down Barriers to Young Peoples’ Accessibility to the Arts. Project Report. University of Stirling.

Squires, C. and Eikhof, D. R. (2014) Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture in Scotland: CReATeS Project Report and Briefing Paper. Project Report. University of Stirling.

2013

Eikhof, D. R. (2013) Making a living from creativity: careers, employment and work in the creative industries. In: Thomas, K. and Chan, J. (eds.) Handbook of Research on Creativity. Series: Elgar original reference. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK, pp. 380-392. ISBN 9780857939807 (doi: 10.4337/9780857939814.00038)

Eikhof, D. R. , Summers, J. and Carter, S. (2013) "Women doing their own thing": media representations of female entrepreneurship. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 19(5), pp. 547-564. (doi: 10.1108/IJEBR-09-2011-0107)

Eikhof, D. R. and Warhurst, C. (2013) The promised land? Why social inequalities are systemic in the creative industries. Employee Relations, 35(5), pp. 495-508. (doi: 10.1108/ER-08-2012-0061)

Eikhof, D. R. (2013) Work spillover. In: Smith, V. (ed.) Sociology of Work: an Encyclopedia. SAGE Publications, Inc.: Thousand Oaks, CA, p. 997. ISBN 9781452205069 (doi: 10.4135/9781452276199.n350)

Squires, C., Eikhof, D.R. , Beech, N. and MacKenzie, N. (2013) New Horizons for the Cultural Industries: Internationalisation, Leadership and Diversity. Project Report. Scottish Universities Insight Institute, Glasgow.

Eikhof, D. R. (2013) Transorganisational work and production in the creative industries. In: Bilton, C. and Cummings, S. (eds.) Handbook of Management and Creativity. Series: Elgar original reference. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK, pp. 275-297. ISBN 9781781000892 (doi: 10.4337/9781781000977.00028)

2012

Eikhof, D. R. (2012) A double‐edged sword: Twenty‐first century workplace trends and gender equality. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 27(1), pp. 7-22. (doi: 10.1108/17542411211199246)

Eikhof, D. R. , Haunschild, A. and Schößler, F. (2012) Behind the scenes of boundarylessness: careers in German theatre. In: Matthieu, C. (ed.) Careers in Creative Industries. Series: Routledge advances in management and business studies (49). Routledge: New York, NY, pp. 69-87. ISBN 9780415808262

2011

Eikhof, D. R. and Summers, J. (2011) Women doing their own thing: our picture of modern women at work? In: Kelliher, C. and Richardson, J. (eds.) New Ways of Organizing Work: Developments, Perspectives and Experiences. Series: Routledge studies in human resource development (19). Routledge: New York, NY ; Abingdon, Oxon., pp. 46-61. ISBN 9780415888158

Kaiser, S., Ringlstetter, M. J., Eikhof, D. R. and Cunha, M. P. e. (Eds.) (2011) Creating Balance? International Perspectives on the Work-Life Integration of Professionals. Springer: Berlin, Germany. ISBN 9783642161988

Kaiser, S., Ringlstetter, M. J., Eikhof, D. R. and Cunha, M. P. e. (2011) Introduction. In: Kaiser, S., Ringlstetter, M. J., Eikhof, D. R. and Cunha, M. P. e. (eds.) Creating Balance? International Perspectives on the Work-Life Integration of Professionals. Springer: Berlin, Germany, vii-xii. ISBN 9783642161988

2009

Eikhof, D. R. (2009) The logics of art: analysing theatre as a cultural field. In: Townley, B. and Beech, N. (eds.) Managing Creativity: Exploring the Paradox. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 106-124. ISBN 9780521518536

Haunschild, A. and Eikhof, D. R. (2009) From HRM to employment rules and lifestyles. Theory development through qualitative case study research into the creative industries. Zeitschrift für Personalforschung = German Journal of Human Resource Research, 23(2), pp. 107-124. (doi: 10.1177/239700220902300202)

Eikhof, D. R. (2009) Does Hamlet have to be naked? Creativity between tradition and innovation in German theatres. In: Jeffcutt, P. and Pratt, A. C. (eds.) Creativity and Innovation and the Cultural Economy. Series: Studies in global competition (46). Routledge: London ; New York, pp. 241-262. ISBN 9780415419758

Haunschild, A. and Eikhof, D. R. (2009) Bringing creativity to market: actors as self-employed employees. In: McKinlay, A. and Smith, C. (eds.) Creative Labour: Working in the Creative Industries. Series: Critical perspectives on work and employment. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hampshire, pp. 156-173. ISBN 9780230222007

2008

Warhurst, C., Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (Eds.) (2008) Work Less, Live More? Critical Analysis of the Work-Life Boundary. Series: Critical perspectives on work and organisations. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hampshire. ISBN 9780230535602

Warhurst, C., Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (2008) Out of balance or just out of bounds? Analysing the relationship between work and life. In: Warhurst, C., Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (eds.) Work Less, Live More? Critical Analysis of the Work-Life Boundary. Series: Critical perspectives on work and organisations. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hampshire, pp. 1-21. ISBN 9780230535602

2007

Eikhof, D. R. , Warhurst, C. and Haunschild, A. (2007) Introduction: What work? What life? What balance? Critical reflections on the work‐life balance debate. Employee Relations, 29(4), pp. 325-333. (doi: 10.1108/01425450710839452)

Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (2007) For art's sake! Artistic and economic logics in creative production. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 28(5), pp. 523-538. (doi: 10.1002/job.462)

2006

Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (2006) Lifestyle meets market: Bohemian entrepreneurs in creative industries. Creativity and Innovation Management, 15(3), pp. 234-241. (doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8691.2006.00392.x)

2005

Behrendt, H., Eikhof, D. R. , Fehlauer, C., Haunschild, A. and Wopp, T. (2005) Personalführung in vermarktlichten Arbeitsbeziehungen: Lernen von den Creative Industries. Personalführung, 2005(2), pp. 58-67.

This list was generated on Tue Nov 30 17:30:10 2021 GMT.
Number of items: 38.

Articles

Coles, A. and Eikhof, D. R. (2021) On the basis of risk: how screen executives' risk perceptions and practices drive gender inequality in directing. Gender, Work and Organization, 28(6), pp. 2040-2057. (doi: 10.1111/gwao.12701)

Eikhof, D. R. (2020) COVID-19, inclusion and workforce diversity in the cultural economy: What now, what next? Cultural Trends, 29(3), pp. 234-250. (doi: 10.1080/09548963.2020.1802202)

Newsinger, J. and Eikhof, D. R. (2020) Explicit and implicit diversity policy in the UK film and television industries. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 17(1), pp. 47-69. (doi: 10.3366/jbctv.2020.0507)

Eikhof, D. R. , Newsinger, J., Luchinskaya, D. and Aidley, D. (2019) And … action? Gender, knowledge and inequalities in the UK screen industries. Gender, Work and Organization, 26(6), pp. 840-859. (doi: 10.1111/gwao.12318)

Eikhof, D. R. (2017) Analysing decisions on diversity and opportunity in the cultural and creative industries: a new framework. Organization, 24(3), pp. 289-307. (doi: 10.1177/1350508416687768)

Eikhof, D. R. and York, C. (2016) ‘It’s a tough drug to kick’: A woman’s career in broadcasting. Work, Employment and Society, 30(1), pp. 152-161. (doi: 10.1177/0950017015601859)

Eikhof, D. R. (2015) ‘Creativity and innovation, or: What have the arts ever done for us?’. Journal of Business Anthropology, 4(2), pp. 244-250.

Summers, J., Eikhof, D. R. and Carter, S. (2014) Opting out of corporate careers: portraits from a women's magazine. Employee Relations, 36(1), pp. 33-48. (doi: 10.1108/ER-03-2013-0028)

Eikhof, D. R. , Summers, J. and Carter, S. (2013) "Women doing their own thing": media representations of female entrepreneurship. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 19(5), pp. 547-564. (doi: 10.1108/IJEBR-09-2011-0107)

Eikhof, D. R. and Warhurst, C. (2013) The promised land? Why social inequalities are systemic in the creative industries. Employee Relations, 35(5), pp. 495-508. (doi: 10.1108/ER-08-2012-0061)

Eikhof, D. R. (2012) A double‐edged sword: Twenty‐first century workplace trends and gender equality. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 27(1), pp. 7-22. (doi: 10.1108/17542411211199246)

Haunschild, A. and Eikhof, D. R. (2009) From HRM to employment rules and lifestyles. Theory development through qualitative case study research into the creative industries. Zeitschrift für Personalforschung = German Journal of Human Resource Research, 23(2), pp. 107-124. (doi: 10.1177/239700220902300202)

Eikhof, D. R. , Warhurst, C. and Haunschild, A. (2007) Introduction: What work? What life? What balance? Critical reflections on the work‐life balance debate. Employee Relations, 29(4), pp. 325-333. (doi: 10.1108/01425450710839452)

Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (2007) For art's sake! Artistic and economic logics in creative production. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 28(5), pp. 523-538. (doi: 10.1002/job.462)

Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (2006) Lifestyle meets market: Bohemian entrepreneurs in creative industries. Creativity and Innovation Management, 15(3), pp. 234-241. (doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8691.2006.00392.x)

Behrendt, H., Eikhof, D. R. , Fehlauer, C., Haunschild, A. and Wopp, T. (2005) Personalführung in vermarktlichten Arbeitsbeziehungen: Lernen von den Creative Industries. Personalführung, 2005(2), pp. 58-67.

Book Sections

Eikhof, D. R. and Marsden, S. (2019) Diversity and opportunity in the media industries. In: Deuze, M. and Prenger, M. (eds.) Making Media: Production, Practices, and Professions. Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 247-258. ISBN 9789462988118

Eikhof, D. R. (2015) Knowledge work and flexible working: helping or hindering working women? In: Connerley, M. L. and Wu, J. (eds.) Handbook on Well-Being of Working Women. Series: International handbooks of quality-of-life. Springer: Dordrecht, Germany, pp. 361-374. ISBN 9789401798969 (doi: 10.1007/978-94-017-9897-6_21)

Eikhof, D. R. and Warhurst, C. (2015) When good jobs go bad and bad jobs get worse: women’s progression opportunities in a polarised labour market. In: Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (eds.) Women’s Career Development Throughout the Lifespan: an International Exploration. Routledge: Abingdon, UK, pp. 52-65. ISBN 9780415816779

Eikhof, D. R. (2013) Making a living from creativity: careers, employment and work in the creative industries. In: Thomas, K. and Chan, J. (eds.) Handbook of Research on Creativity. Series: Elgar original reference. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK, pp. 380-392. ISBN 9780857939807 (doi: 10.4337/9780857939814.00038)

Eikhof, D. R. (2013) Work spillover. In: Smith, V. (ed.) Sociology of Work: an Encyclopedia. SAGE Publications, Inc.: Thousand Oaks, CA, p. 997. ISBN 9781452205069 (doi: 10.4135/9781452276199.n350)

Eikhof, D. R. (2013) Transorganisational work and production in the creative industries. In: Bilton, C. and Cummings, S. (eds.) Handbook of Management and Creativity. Series: Elgar original reference. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK, pp. 275-297. ISBN 9781781000892 (doi: 10.4337/9781781000977.00028)

Eikhof, D. R. , Haunschild, A. and Schößler, F. (2012) Behind the scenes of boundarylessness: careers in German theatre. In: Matthieu, C. (ed.) Careers in Creative Industries. Series: Routledge advances in management and business studies (49). Routledge: New York, NY, pp. 69-87. ISBN 9780415808262

Eikhof, D. R. and Summers, J. (2011) Women doing their own thing: our picture of modern women at work? In: Kelliher, C. and Richardson, J. (eds.) New Ways of Organizing Work: Developments, Perspectives and Experiences. Series: Routledge studies in human resource development (19). Routledge: New York, NY ; Abingdon, Oxon., pp. 46-61. ISBN 9780415888158

Kaiser, S., Ringlstetter, M. J., Eikhof, D. R. and Cunha, M. P. e. (2011) Introduction. In: Kaiser, S., Ringlstetter, M. J., Eikhof, D. R. and Cunha, M. P. e. (eds.) Creating Balance? International Perspectives on the Work-Life Integration of Professionals. Springer: Berlin, Germany, vii-xii. ISBN 9783642161988

Eikhof, D. R. (2009) The logics of art: analysing theatre as a cultural field. In: Townley, B. and Beech, N. (eds.) Managing Creativity: Exploring the Paradox. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 106-124. ISBN 9780521518536

Eikhof, D. R. (2009) Does Hamlet have to be naked? Creativity between tradition and innovation in German theatres. In: Jeffcutt, P. and Pratt, A. C. (eds.) Creativity and Innovation and the Cultural Economy. Series: Studies in global competition (46). Routledge: London ; New York, pp. 241-262. ISBN 9780415419758

Haunschild, A. and Eikhof, D. R. (2009) Bringing creativity to market: actors as self-employed employees. In: McKinlay, A. and Smith, C. (eds.) Creative Labour: Working in the Creative Industries. Series: Critical perspectives on work and employment. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hampshire, pp. 156-173. ISBN 9780230222007

Warhurst, C., Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (2008) Out of balance or just out of bounds? Analysing the relationship between work and life. In: Warhurst, C., Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (eds.) Work Less, Live More? Critical Analysis of the Work-Life Boundary. Series: Critical perspectives on work and organisations. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hampshire, pp. 1-21. ISBN 9780230535602

Edited Books

Kaiser, S., Ringlstetter, M. J., Eikhof, D. R. and Cunha, M. P. e. (Eds.) (2011) Creating Balance? International Perspectives on the Work-Life Integration of Professionals. Springer: Berlin, Germany. ISBN 9783642161988

Warhurst, C., Eikhof, D. R. and Haunschild, A. (Eds.) (2008) Work Less, Live More? Critical Analysis of the Work-Life Boundary. Series: Critical perspectives on work and organisations. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hampshire. ISBN 9780230535602

Research Reports or Papers

Eikhof, D.R. , Marsden, S., Norman, K. and Randle, K. (2019) Doubling Disability Research Report. Project Report. University of Leicester, Leicester.

Eikhof, D. R. , Newsinger, J., Rudloff, D., Luchinskaya, D. and Banks, M. (2018) Workforce Diversity in the UK Screen Sector: Evidence Review. Project Report. University of Leicester, Leicester.

Barnes, S.-A., Kispeter, E., Eikhof, D. R. and Parry, R. (2018) Mapping the Museum Digital Skills Ecosystem: Phase One Report. Project Report. University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. (doi: 10.29311/2018.01).

Squires, C., Eikhof, D. R. , Mackenzie, N. G. , Millar, F. and Beech, N. (2014) Digital R&D Fund for the Arts in Scotland, Consortium for Research into Arts and Technology in Scotland (CReATeS), Final Report, March 2014. Project Report. CReATeS.

Berridge, S. and Eikhof, D. R. (2014) Culture Juice - Research Report: Breaking Down Barriers to Young Peoples’ Accessibility to the Arts. Project Report. University of Stirling.

Squires, C. and Eikhof, D. R. (2014) Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture in Scotland: CReATeS Project Report and Briefing Paper. Project Report. University of Stirling.

Squires, C., Eikhof, D.R. , Beech, N. and MacKenzie, N. (2013) New Horizons for the Cultural Industries: Internationalisation, Leadership and Diversity. Project Report. Scottish Universities Insight Institute, Glasgow.

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Grants

  • Open Research Area for the Social Sciences (ANR, DFG, ESRC, SSHRC), GEP Analysis: Assessing, understanding and modelling the impact of gender equity policies in the film industry, with S. Loist, D. Verhoeven, E. Prommer & A. Coles (Apr 2021 – Mar 2024).
  • Canada Media Fund & Women in Film & TV Canada, Deciding On Diversity: Covid-19, Risk Management and Intersectional Inequality in the Canadian Film and Television Production Industry,  Canada Media Fund & Women in Film & TV Canada,  with A. Coles (PI), D. Verhoeven, K. Roberts.
  • BAFTA 2020 Nominations & Awards Review, Independent Expert Reviewer (Jun – Dec 2020).
  • AHRC Leadership Fellowship Everyday diversity in the UK screen industries, with F. Hannah, S. Marsden (Apr 2019 – Oct 2021).
  • Creative Diversity Network, Doubling Disability, with K. Randle, S. Marsden, K. Norman and M. Banks (Oct 2018 – Jan 2020).
  • Women in View Canada, Evaluation of 5 in Focus and 2times more, with A. Coles (PI) (Mar 2018 – Mar 2019).
  • AHRC Research Grant, One-by-One: Digital Skills for the Museums Sector, with R. Parry (PI) and S.-A. Barnes (Sep 2017 – Mar 2020).
  • British Film Institute, Evidence Review Workforce Diversity in the UK Screen Sector, with J. Newsinger, D. Adley and D. Luchinskaya (Apr 2016 – Feb 2018).
  • NESTA, AHRC and Creative Scotland, CReATeS Research Consortium for Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture in Scotland, with C. Squires (Co-I), P. Carmichael, T. Fenwick, N. Beech, N. MacKenzie, M. Grindle (Jun 2012 – Mar 2014).
  • Scottish Universities Insight Institute, New Horizons for the Cultural Industries: Internationalisation, Leadership and Diversity, Programme of Enquiry, with C. Squires, N. Beech, N. MacKenzie (Sep – May 2013).
  • Creative Scotland, Analysis of Creative Scotland’s 2011 Foundation Organisations Review Process, with A. Webb and S.A. Hurrell (Sep 2011 – Mar 2012).
  • KTP Scotland, Knowledge Transfer Partnership, macrobert arts centre and Stirling Management School, with M. Mooken, S. Sacchetti, R. Sugden (Sep 2009 – Jul 2011).

Supervision

I would welcome proposals for projects that examine inclusion, diversity and equality in cultural work, broadly conceived. Proposals should take a critical view of theory, policy and practice. They should be based on an intersectional understanding of diversity and inclusion and on a recognition of the need for structural change.

  • Bale, Tiffany
    Gender, Participation and Inequality in the UK’s film & TV costume workforce
  • Wilcox, Meghan Courtenay
    Who Drops The Mic? Investigating authentic and inclusive practice in podcasting

Past projects

  • Career Management in the Cultural Industries: An exploratory study of individual practices and strategies
  • A capabilities approach for analysing creativity and play in different publics
  • “We need arts as much as we need food. Our responsibility is for that to be possible”: Insights from Scottish cultural leaders on the changing landscape of their work

Teaching

  • Working in the UK Screen Industries (course convenor)
  • Research Methods and Dissertation Preparation FTV

Additional information

  • Member of Creative Scotland's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Group
  • Member of the National Partnership for Culture Measuring Change Group
  • Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA)
  • Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
  • Deputy Director, CAMEo Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies (2016-2020)
  • Visiting academic, Deakin Business School, Deakin University, Australia (2019).
  • Steering group member, Midlands Higher Education & Culture Forum (2018-2020)
  • Visiting academic, Department of Sociology, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden (2014).
  • Visiting academic, Department of Organization/Imagine Research Centre, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhage, Denmark (2009).