Artivate publishes original peer-reviewed scholarship that engages entrepreneurship theory as applied to the arts, arts entrepreneurship education, arts management, arts and creative industries, public policy and the arts, the arts in community and economic development, nonprofit leadership, social entrepreneurship in or using the arts, evaluation and assessment, and public practice in the arts.

Publication of the journal is funded by a grant from the Sam M. Walton College of Business and the School of Art at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.



Philosophical Topics is a peer-reviewed, invitational journal devoted to the publication of new work in the major areas of philosophy. Each issue consists of papers addressing a single topic and maintaining the highest standard of scholarly excellence. Recent issues have been concerned with such topics as perception, ecology, philosophy of language, and misogyny. The journal is published by the University of Arkansas philosophy department and the University of Arkansas Press.