• Changing cultural economy in the production of Indian performance

      Booth, A (The Asian Migrations Research Theme, the University of Otago, 2014)
      This paper focuses on cultural economy, the “set of socio-economic relations that enable cultural activities” (Pratt, 2008, p. 49). It examines the production and representation of culture as a function of the economic ...
    • Global India and cultural space in Auckland’s performance scene

      Booth, A (Graduate School of Management, the University of Auckland, 2013)
      This paper presents recent ethnographic research that focuses on young, educated recent migrants from India who are creating cultural space through live performance events, Their emerging voices challenge the establish ...
    • Producing Bollywood: sustainability and the impacts on Auckland’s cultural economy

      Booth, A (New Zealand India Research Institute (NZIRI), 2014)
      This paper examines the variety of ways producers, as entrepreneurs; create sustainable production networks within the local as well as connecting to global Indian communities. This ethnographic research demonstrates various ...
    • Production Networks: Indian Cultural Production in Aotearoa, New Zealand

      Booth, A (Varna University of Management, 2016)
      No abstract.
    • Rethinking Blackboard: teaching models for interactive learning

      Booth, A; Kim, J (School of Hospitality and Tourism, Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This paper considers alternative methods of teaching modules within the Blackboard delivery format demonstrating an interactive learning tool in a web based learning environment. We explore ways to go beyond simply ...
    • The impact of immigration policy on Indian arts in New Zealand

      Booth, A (New Zealand India Research Institute and New Zealand South Asia Centre, the University of Canterbury, 2015)
      Changes in NZ’s immigration policy (2003) have resulted in the recent growth and diversity of New Zealand’s Indian population by 48% since 2006, with the majority Auckland based (Friesen, 2008; Statistics New Zealand, ...
    • Whose Diwali is it? The case of the Indian Community and Auckland City Council

      Booth, A (School of Hospitality and Tourism, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      This paper interrogates the ways that governmental agendas may affect the representation and expression of cultural identity. I trace factors that have transformed the production of Diwali, in Auckland, New Zealand. In ...