Cover of The Power of Culture in City Planning

Alum’s New Book Examines Culture in City Planning

Tom BorrupPrincipal of Creative Community Builders (CCB) and PhD in Leadership and Change alumnus Dr. Tom Borrup has authored The Power of Culture in City Planning (Routledge, 2020). The book, which is very much in alignment with Borrup’s work both at CCB and The University of Minnesota where he is the Arts and Leadership Program Director of Graduate Studies, focuses on human diversity, strengths, needs, and ways of living together in geographic communities. Borrup lends over 25-years of expertise and experience in nonprofit arts and cultural management to this new resource for teachers, students, municipal policy makers, and practitioners of cultural and city planning.

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