Special issue of the International Journal of Wellbeing


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The Creativity and Wellbeing Hallmark Research Initiative (CAWRI) has collaborated with the International Journal of Wellbeing for a special issue on creativity and wellbeing.

The issue looks at the relationship between creativity and wellbeing from a range of perspectives including sociology, history, women, health and music. The issue includes articles from with contributions from researchers at CAWRI as well as those in our local and international networks.

Read more about the special issue at the CAWRI blog.

The issue is edited by CAWRI researchers: Dr Frederic Kiernan, Professor Jane Davidson and Professor Lindsay Oades.

First published on 3 May 2022.

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