Dr Caust has published her work extensively in books, journal articles and conference papers. Her opinion and comment on arts matters is often sought and published by the media.
Caust, Josephine (2018) Arts Leadership in Contemporary Contexts, Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies, Abingdon: Routledge. IBSN 978-1-138-67731-9
Caust Jo (ed.) (2015) Arts and Cultural Leadership in Asia, Routledge Asian Studies, Abingdon UK. ISBN: 978-1-138-81537-7
Caust Jo (ed.) (2013) Arts Leadership-International Case Studies, Tilde University Press, Melbourne, Australia IBSN: 978-0-7346-1169-7
Caust Jo (2009) Leadership and Creativity; understandings of this relationship in arts organisations VDM Verlag Dr. Müller Germany 2009 ISBN-10: 3639104447
Caust Jo (2015) “Different cultures but similar contexts: leadership of major performing arts centres in the Asia Pacific Region” in Caust Jo (2015) Arts and Cultural Leadership in Asia, Routledge Asian Studies, Abingdon UK. Abingdon UK.
Caust Jo (2013) “The Artist as Leader” in Caust Jo (ed.) (2013) Approaches to Arts Leadership-International Case Studies, Tilde University Press, Melbourne, Australia
Caust Jo (2011) “Arts Management Education in Australia: the case study of the arts management program at the University of South Australia” in Lynen P (2011) International Arts Management Concepts: Higher Education for the Market, Center for International Arts Management, SK Stiftung Kultur, Koln Germany.
Caust Jo (2009) “State of SA; the Arts” in Spoehr J Ed. The State of South Australia, Australian Institute for Social Research/Wakefield Press December 2009
Caust J. (2005) “The Arts”. In Spoehr, J ed. The State of South Australia pp. 276-288 Adelaide: Wakefield Press.
Founding and Managing Editor the Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management 2003 – 2011
Guest Editorship of Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society published in Washington USA Spring 2005 Vol. 35 Issue 1, focussing on Australasian Cultural Policy.
Journals and Conference Proceedings
Dr Caust has published over 50 papers in professional journals and conference proceedings. Recent publications are:
Caust, J. and Vecco, M. (2017) “To what extent does UNESCO's World Heritage approach protect or further undermine cultural heritage sustainability? Evidence from Asian developing countries” Journal of Cultural Heritage Vol. 27 October P. 1-9.
Caust J. (2017) “The continuing saga around arts funding and the cultural wars in Australia” International Journal of Cultural Policy Published online 25 July 2017, accessed at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2017.1353604
Caust J. (2015) “Cultural wars in an Australian context: challenges in developing a national cultural policy” International Journal of Cultural Policy Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2015. P.168-182
Published conference papers:
Caust J (2017) “How are our cultural identities reflective of and reflected in the arts and cultural institutions in our society?” Key note Brokering Intercultural Exchange, Queens University Belfast April 6th-7th, 2017
Caust J. (2016) “Arts Funding and The Cultural Wars” 8th International Cultural Policy Research Conference, Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South Korea, July 5th- 8th, 2016.
Caust J. (2015) “The virtual world and the arts: artists, new technologies, virtual spaces and the leadership within” APROS/EGOS Conference, University of Technology, Sydney, 9-11 December 2015
Stevenson, D., & Caust, J. (2015) “Recalibrating Culture: Cultural Labour and Changing Forms of Cultural Production” 41st Social Theory, Politics and the Arts Conference. 10-12 December 2015, Adelaide, South Australia: University of South Australia.
Caust Jo (2015)”Arts Festivals in a Changing Space” at Making Waves in Macao, the 3rd International Conference on Events (ICE2015) held 7-9 September 2015 at the Institute for Tourism Studies, Macao.
Caust Jo (2015) “A Changing Environment for Arts and Cultural Leadership in Different Cultures and and Contexts” in InterculturAdelaide at The International Convention of Asia Scholars, 9 July Adelaide 5-9 July ,2015
Caust Jo (2015) “Cultural wars in an Australian context: challenges in developing a national cultural policy” International Journal of Cultural Policy Vol 21, Issue 2, 2015 P. 168-182.
Caust Jo, Glow Hilary (2011) “Festivals, artists and entrepreneurialism: the role of the Adelaide Fringe Festival” International Journal of Event Management Research Volume 6, No 2, 2011. P.1-14.
Caust J (2011) “Resilience: or the capacity to adapt/survive in a potentially hostile world” in Artwork: Arts, Culture and Resilience 2011 Community Arts Network, Adelaide P.7-10
Caust Jo & Glow Hilary (2011) “Festivals, artists and entrepreneurialism: the role of the Adelaide Fringe Festival” International Journal of Event Management Research Volume 6, No 2, 2011.
Caust Jo (2010) “Does the art end when the management begins? The challenges of making ‘art’ for both artists and arts managers” Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management Vol 7 Issue 2 December 2010.
Glow H & Caust J (2010) “Valuing Participation: Artists and the Adelaide
Fringe Festival” The International Journal of the Humanities Vol 8 No 2. P. 413 – 423.
Caust Jo (2010) “Arts and business: The impact of business models on the activities of major performing arts organisations in Australia” Media International Australia, Incorporating Culture and Policy Issue 135 May 2010 University of Queensland.
Caust Jo (2008) “Focus on SA in Visual Arts 2007-8”, NAVA Quarterly, September 2008, National Association for Visual Arts p.17.
Caust, J. (2007) “The arts, governments and money: do the arts have any value if they don’t make money?” International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp 227-234.
Caust Jo (2006) “Valuing Art/Culture” in Artwork Issue 65, December 2006 Community Arts Network, Adelaide.
Caust Jo (2006) “State of SA; the Arts” in Spoehr J Ed. The State of South Australia Australian Institute for Social Research December 2006
Caust J. (2005) “Does it matter who is in charge? The influence of the business paradigm on arts leadership and management.” Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management, 3, 1, pp 153-165.
Caust J. (2005) “Privilege or problem: the distinct role of government in arts development in South Australia” Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society, 35, 1, pp 21-35.
Caust J. (2004) “A festival in disarray: Was the 2002 Adelaide Festival a ‘debacle’ or a path towards another model of arts organization and leadership?” Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society, 34, 2, pp 103-117.
Caust J. (2003) “Putting the arts back into arts policy making: How arts policy has been ‘captured’ by the economists and marketers”.International Journal of Cultural Policy, 9, 1, pp 51 – 63.
Cultural columnist for "The Conversation", Australia
Other media articles published in:
The Independent, Australia