New Scholarship on World War I, 2000–2014 (September 2014)

This essay first appeared in the September 2014 issue of Choice (volume 52 | issue 1).


The rise of the creative industries is leading to a growing awareness of the need to incorporate business and professional skills and resources into the college curriculum to better equip students for careers in arts-focused fields. This increased emphasis stems in part from worldwide economic developments and changes to higher education and the workforce. Many colleges are responding by integrating topics such as law, finance, networking, and marketing into the arts curriculum to prepare students for success in the business of art and design. This bibliographic essay reviews some fifty books, journals, and websites that address business aspects of the …

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About the author:

Frederic Krome is an associate professor of history at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College, where he teaches courses on European and world history, and the eras of the two world wars.