Creativity and resilience in older people
We welcome the submission of chapter abstracts exploring the relationship between taking part in creative interventions and the development of social connectivity and resilience in older people. We are interested in chapters using empirical research, theory, policy and practice, and the book will bring together researchers from multiple disciplines. We are taking a broad view of creative interventions including the built environment, housing, cultural participation, lifelong learning, theatre, visual art, music, literature, filmmaking, community gardening, digital media and product design.
Please submit an abstract of 250 words including background/purpose, methods, results, conclusions/implications by 20th April. Please consult the editors if you have any questions.
Anna Goulding, Research Associate, The International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University email@example.com
Andrew Newman, Senior Lecturer, The International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org