News from Rachel Daniel

New book: Co-producing research: a community development approach

  Offering a critical examination of co-produced research, this book draws on experiences from an innovative project, Imagine – connecting communities through research. It outlines a community development approach, involving collaboration between diverse people/groups to develop communities of place, interest and identity. Read more

Job opportunity: Single Parent Action Network – A Participatory History

 The University of Bristol are looking for a Senior Research Associate (full time, for 24 months) for an AHRC-funded research project, Single Parent Action Network: A Participatory History.    The role would suit someone with experience of participatory and co-produced research, and of working with partners beyond the university.  Experience of historical research is desirable, but not essential.     More details Read more

Call For Contributions: Creative Interruptions – A Festival of Arts and Activism 

Where? BFI – British Film Institute, London Southbank, 17 – 18 June 2019  Submission deadline? 11 January 2019     Creative Interruptions: A Festival of Arts and Activism will explore how marginalised communities use the arts, media and creativity to challenge exclusion. Read more

Practice-based PhD opportunity: History of the Roman occupation of Wales

CALLING ARTISTS, MUSEUMS & HERITAGE PROFESSIONALS   The National Roman Legion Museum (NRLM) at Caerleon and universities of Bristol and Southampton are looking for someone with a passion for and skills in media & museums practice to develop new, critical-creative, experimental approaches to the history of the Roman occupation of Wales. Read more

Guest Blog: Affective community being-ness after Brexit: a “CataLab”

This is the first of four guest blogs by one of our Catalyst Funded Projects Affective community being-ness after Brexit: a “CataLab” by Dr Geoff Bright. . The Connected Communities Catalyst Fund 2016-18 was intended to support the consolidation of exciting new ideas arising from the Connected Communities programme. Read more

New Perspectives in Participatory Arts: a report by Dr Lucy Wright

Last week we were pleased to launch the new report on New Perspectives in Participatory Arts by Dr Lucy Wright at the New Perspectives on Participatory Arts conference held at the University of East Anglia. Read more

Around the Toilet research report

A research project report about what makes a safe and accessible toilet space April 2015 – February 2018 Dr Jen Slater Dr Charlotte Jones . This report summarises the key findings of a series of projects collectively known as Around the Toilet. Read more

Research in Film Awards returns with two new categories

The AHRC Research in Film Awards are returning for its fourth year with two new categories focused on migration and social media. Read more

New Perspectives Conference – Artsist Development Bursary

Artist Development Bursary   New Perspectives on Participatory Arts Conference University of East Anglia 22nd and 23rd May 2018   We are delighted to be able to offer a small number of Artist Development Bursaries to allow community artists to attend the New Perspectives on Participatory Arts Conference at the University of East Anglia on the 22nd and 23rd of Read more

Extended Deadline for New Perspectives Conference

In consideration of the UCU industrial action, we have decided to extend the submission deadline for the New Perspectives Conference to the end of next Monday, 5th March. More information about the conference can be found in the call for papers below. . Read more