professor of arts, creativities and educations at the faculty of education, University of Cambridge; co-editor, Thinking Skills and Creativity
Pamela Burnard is professor of arts, creativities and educations at the faculty of education, University of Cambridge. She is also chair of the faculty board and the Arts and Creativities Research Group. She has published widely with 20 books and over 100 articles which advance and expand the conceptualisation and plural expression of diverse creativities across early years, primary and secondary school settings, through to higher education, doctoral research practices, and creative and cultural industry sectors. She is co-editor of the journal Thinking Skills and Creativity. Some of most recent projects include: Higher education and creative graduate futures; the participation and representation of creative Women in social enterprises (WISE); Why science and arts creativities matter; Strategies for change in (re-)configuring STEAM for future-making education.
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