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Table Of Contents
SECTION I: Setting the Stage Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Creative Urbanism in Toronto and New York: An Overview SECTION II: The Creative Cities Conversation Chapter Three: Understanding the Creative City through a Policy Lens Chapter Four: Impacting Cities through Arts & Culture: Implications for the Built Environment, Economic Vitality and Community Engagement SECTION III: Planning Cities of Culture: Toronto and New York Chapter Five: The Amalgamated City of Toronto: Targeting the Knowledge Economy Chapter Six: Toronto's Perfect Cultural Storm: Policy, Partnerships, and the Public Chapter Seven: New York: The City Where Culture Never Sleeps Chapter Eight: Recharging New York's Cultural Magnet: Municipal Planning, Creative Placemaking and Local Development SECTION IV: Building and Rebuilding Creative Cities Chapter Nine: Creating Toronto's Cultural Camelot & Reviving NYC's Golden Apple: Analyzing the Cities' Policy Interventions and Strategic Outcomes Chapter Ten: Planning, Actualizing and Revitalizing Cities of Culture: Inspiration, Caveats and Lessons Learned EPILOGUE
Shoshanah B. D. Goldberg-Miller specializes in creative economic development, cultural policy, arts entrepreneurship, and nonprofit management. She has published in Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship and the Arts, and Journal of Enterprising Culture, and co-authored a chapter in Creating Cultural Capital. She is Assistant Professor in the Department of Arts Administration, Education, and Policy at The Ohio State University, and Affiliate Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning in the Knowlton School of Architecture.