Miranda Campbell

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Dr. Miranda Campbell is an Assistant Professor in the School of Creative Industries. Her research interests include youth culture, creative labour, and policy development.

Dr. Miranda Campbell is an Assistant Professor in the School of Creative Industries. Her research interests include youth culture, creative labour, and policy development.  Her book, Out of the Basement: Youth Cultural Production in Practice and in Policy, maps the rise of small-scale self-generated creative work amongst youth in the 21st century, and was shortlisted for the Donner Prize, for the best public policy book by a Canadian. Beyond her academic research on contemporary trends in youth culture and employment in creative fields, Dr. Campbell has worked in the community sector with Rock Camp for Girls Montreal, a summer camp dedicated to empowerment for girls through music education, and with WhipperSnapper Gallery, an artist-run centre focusing on emerging artists in Toronto.


Publications:

Campbell, Miranda. Out of the basement: Youth cultural production in practice and in policy. McGill-Queen’s Press-MQUP, 2013.

Campbell, Miranda. “3 Creative Entrepreneurship in the Cultural Industries.” The Borders of Subculture: Resistance and the Mainstream (2015).