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Bureau of Sport and Leisure Commerce
Kemmons Wilson School
The University of Memphis
Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Education (JAEE) is the flagship periodical of the Society for Arts Entrepreneurship Education (SAEE). JAEE provides a platform for scholars and practitioners to explore the conceptual, pedagogical, philosophical, and historical foundations of the field. Focused on evolving perspectives of arts entrepreneurship as an area of inquiry, the Journal strives to illuminate the connections between arts production, education, policy, and business disciplines.
JAEE is a peer reviewed and multidisciplinary journal, free from all access barriers. Authors share their work without restrictions. Readers access all content for free.
QuaesitUM is the University of Memphis' academic journal for undergraduate researchers to publish their work. "Quaesitum" is a Latin term related to "seeking" or "knowing". QuaesitUM therefore shines a spotlight on what our undergraduates have "sought" and what they have learned through their seeking.
The Hooks Institute Policy Papers use national conversations about critical civil and human rights issues as a starting point to discuss and propose solutions to, contemporary issues of race, class, public policy, and social justice.
Printed copies of the Hooks Institute Policy Papers are available. Contact or 901.678.3974 for details.