Person

Chris Brennan-Horley

Report

Mapping the impact of social enterprise on disadvantaged individuals and communities in Australia’s regional cities

This report aims to explore how social enterprises realise wellbeing. It is aimed at practitioners, and provides useful tools for understanding wellbeing in social enterprise contexts. Results are derived from four case studies of social enterprises in two regional cities in Australia.
Report

Made in Marrickville: enterprise and cluster dynamics at the creative industries-manufacturing interface, Carrington Road precinct

The purpose of the project is to undertake comparative international case study research around the changing dynamics of the urban creative economy, particularly the emergent relationships with a rapidly evolving manufacturing sector.
Journal article

GIS, ethnography, and cultural research: putting maps back into ethnographic mapping

This article discusses how geographic information system (GIS) technologies were used to enhance ethnographic methodologies within a cultural research project, Creative Tropical City: Mapping Darwin's Creative Industries. It shows how mapping technologies can broaden the scope of data available via interview practices and produce innovative...
Conference paper

Darwin as 'Creative Tropical City': just how transferable is creative city thinking?

This paper contributes to recent debates about how urban policy discourses travel, whether they are transferable and what is lost in their translation.