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E. Paul Torrance International Roundtable on Creative Thinking (Knowledge, Innovation and Enterprise Conference)

Organization: KIE Conference
Event: Knowledge, Innovation and Enterprise Conference
Categories: Interdisciplinary, Popular Culture, Aesthetics, Anthropology/Sociology, Classical Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Studies, Film, TV, & Media, Food Studies, History, Philosophy
Event Date: 2023-07-25 Abstract Due: 2023-05-31
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Topic: “E. Paul Torrance: Remembering The Creativity Man and His Legacy 20 Years On”

We invite papers for the 9th annual E. Paul Torrance International Roundtable on Creative Thinking that takes place on 25 July 2023, in Madrid, Spain, as part of the larger annual KIE Conference.

The E. Paul Torrance International Roundtable on Creative Thinking aims to refresh the work and legacy of Dr Torrance internationally especially among today’s crop of creativity enthusiasts, push the boundary of knowledge on creative thinking as well as increase knowledge sharing within creative thinking sub fields. 

Confirmed keynoters include Mark Runco, PhD, founder of the Creativity Research Journal among other things.

You are also invited to submit a presentation/chapter proposal for the 2023 KIE Creativity book entitled: the neuroscience of creativity to be published after the conference in July 2023. The book will be edited by Fredricka Reisman, PhD, Co-director of the Drexel-Torrance Center for Creativity and Innovation and President Emeritus of the American Creativity Association,

So, come join us - and mix conferencing with pleasure and holidaying as we plan to take participants on a tour of Toledo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known as the City of the Three Cultures for the cultural influences of Christians, Muslims, and Jews throughout its history.

Looking forward to receiving your proposal/abstract for presentation and, even better, if you are able to send us a paper and/or book chapter proposal for publication.



James Ogunleye