Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Memorial Day Thought

This Memorial Day weekend, I’ve been thinking about some images from my youth – of the Vietnam war and, especially, watching the evening news with my parents and seeing coffins of soldiers killed in action being unloaded from a plane. … Continue reading

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Hoke, Daisy, and an Equity Ethos

[This essay is also posted on the Americans for the Arts blog, ARTSblog ] There’s a line in Alfred Uhry’s play Driving Miss Daisy that has stuck with me for the last 30 years. In response to a well-meaning, but misguided (and … Continue reading

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Knowledge, Clubs, and Journals

Three articles/blogs/news items about academic journal publishing hit my inbox in the 24 hours prior to a guest lecture for Seattle University on the topic of….academic journal publishing. The primary mission of academic journals is – or should be – the dissemination … Continue reading

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Book proposal

I’m working on a book proposal – let me know what you think. An Ouroboros: Art, Money, and Entrepreneurial Action. The long form of a book will enable me to delve deeply into the relationships between art, innovation, entrepreneurship, and money … Continue reading

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