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The Centre for Creative and Cultural Research (CCCR) focuses on applied research into creative practice, conducting imaginative and practical experiments at the intersection of creative writing, digital technology and contemporary heritage practice.

A central feature of our research concerns the effects of digitisation and globalisation on cultural producers, whether individuals, communities or organisations.

Many of the CCCR's members are creative practitioners who produce not only traditional scholarly outputs, but also creative publications and performances, exhibitions and exhibition design, and professional inputs to cultural and community institutions. The Centre was launched in March 2013 and is located within the Faculty of Arts and Design.

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art Social Sciences
writer Social Sciences
poetry Social Sciences
offense Social Sciences
community Social Sciences
refugee Social Sciences
creativity Social Sciences
public sector Social Sciences

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Projects 2003 2020

Research Output 2002 2017

Pierre Bourdieu

WEBB, J. 26 Jul 2017 Oxford Bibliographies. online: Oxford Univeristy Press

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A Doubtful Freedom: Untidy sonnets and a contemporary poetics

MUNDEN, P. & HETHERINGTON, P. 2016 The Authorised Theft: Writing, Scholarship, Collaboration Papers - the Refereed Proceedings on the 21st Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2016. Fanaiyan, N., Franks, R. & Seymour, J. (eds.). Australia: The Australiasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP), Vol. 1, p. 1-14 14 p.

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A Feeling for the Past: Experimental Histories

GIBSON, R. 2016 Once Upon a Time Australian Writers on Using the Past. Ashton, P., Clark, A. & Crawford, R. (eds.). North Melbourne, Victoria: Australian Scholarly Publishing, p. 74-84 11 p.

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