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Amanda Ashley
 
Basic Information
Affiliation
Boise State University
Title
Associate Professor
Address
1910 University Drive

Boise, ID  
83725-1935
USA


Additional Information
Citations
Sagalyn, L. B. & Ashley, A. J. (2014). Cities as Entertainment Centers: Can Transformative Projects Create Place? disP: The Planning Review. 50(2): 18-37.

Ashley, A. J. (2014). Negotiating Risk in Property-Based Arts Economic Development: Exploring the Innovative but Untimely Partnership between the Seattle Art Museum and Washington Mutual. Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning. 37(1): 92-103.

Ashley, A. J. (In Press). An Alternative Take on Urban Development Partnerships: Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park.” Journal of Urban History. Published online, doi: 10.1177/0096144214566971.

Ashley, A. J. (2015). Beyond the Aesthetic: The Historical Pursuit of Local Arts Economic Development. Journal of Planning History. 14(1): 3-27.
Professional Associations
ACSP
UAA
SACRPH