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Higher Education Leadership and Governance in the Development of the Creative and Cultural Industries in Kenya

Higher Education Leadership and Governance in the Development of the Creative and Cultural Industries in Kenya. Emily A. Akuno, Donald O. Ondieki, Peter L. Barasa, Simon P. Otieno, Charity M. Wamuyu & Maurice O. Amateshe. CODESRIA, Dakar, 244p., ISBN est 978-2-86978-7179-9

The role of higher education in establishing structures and procedures in society and industry is clearly articulated in scholarly discussions. The narrative has recently taken a new momentum in Kenya with acknowledgement of the creative industry, a eld that involves many youth, as an area that impacts on the economy. In unravelling the link between higher education and industry, the authors focus on leadership and governance in higher education and its expected and perceived contribution to the shaping of the creative industry. Through analysis of ve cases, the authors interrogate the processes and structures that govern the teaching and practice of the creative subjects, noting how these affect the creative industry in Kenya.


This book approaches the creative disciplines from the perspectives of the students, lecturers and university administrators. The three voices provide a balanced view of what higher creative arts education in Kenya is. The multiple authorship of the book further provides a balanced account of the development of these disciplines in higher education, and their growth in industry. The key concepts here are the development of the creative industry and how higher education should contribute to the same.

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