2015 Student Research Conference:
28th Annual Student Research Conference

Global Development and the Creative Arts
Rachel A. Doyle
Dr. Marilyn Yaquinto, Dr. John Quinn, Dr. David Gillette, and Dr. Sara Orel, Faculty Mentors

The creative arts (music, dance, theater, literature, crafts and visual arts) have been recognized by those working in a variety of fields to be a viable tool for social, political and economic development, as well as a means to promote public health and human rights aims. This paper takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore the role of art in global development, particularly in its functions as a market good, a representation of cultural heritage, and a means of intercultural communication. It also examines art in the context of global processes such as globalization and modernization. Ultimately, the purpose of this study is to forge a new understanding of the creative arts as they relate to development outcomes and to evaluate current international and community development planning practices based upon its conclusions.


Topic(s):Interdisciplinary Studies Major

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 309-1
Location: MG 2090
Time: 1:00

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