Paz Concha is a PhD Candidate in the LSE Sociology Department. Her research explores the relationship between cultural economies and place making.

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    Reading List: 7 Must-Read Books about Art Ahead of the Turner Prize 2016

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    Book Review: Be Creative: Making A Living in the New Culture Industries by Angela McRobbie

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