Dr Owen Logan is an Honorary Research Fellow in the University of Aberdeen’s School of Divinity, History, Philosophy, and Art History. He has worked in several countries in the fields of the creative and performing arts, art history, sociology, and energy studies. He earned his doctorate in art history and sociology from Northumbria University for his thesis entitled ‘Fractured Culture; the sociological poetics of the arts, participation, and well-being’. Logan’s research projects have been funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the British Academy, Creative Scotland/Scottish Arts Council, the Leverhulme Trust, the Research Council of Norway, and the Wingate Foundation.
|Cultural Democracy at the Frontiers of Patronage: Public-Interest Art versus Promotional Culture|
|Children in the Fog of War: Responses to Parental Alienation|