Introducing new Post Doctoral on the Participatory Arts and DIY Cultures project

Guest blog post written by Dr Lucy Wright, the new Post Doctoral Researcher on the Participatory Arts and DIY Cultures Project at the University of East Anglia.   I am a post-doctoral researcher with interests in tradition, participation and DIY communities. Read more


Call for papers: ‘The Social Life of Time: Power, Discrimination and Transformation’

  Call for Papers: ‘The Social Life of Time: Power, Discrimination and Transformation’   Edinburgh, 5-7th June 2018     We are very pleased to announce a call for papers for the first Temporal Belongings international conference. The Temporal Belongings network was initially supported by the Connected Communities programme, and focuses on the role of time within communities. Read more


ESRC-AHRC Migration Leadership Team

ESRC-AHRC Migration Leadership Team Summary The AHRC and ESRC are pleased to invite proposals for a Migration Leadership Team to provide intellectual leadership for, and maximise the impact of, their combined migration research portfolio. Read more


Only one week left to register for the Co-creating Cities & Communities Event!

Co-Creating Cities & Communities Summer Event   12-13 July 2017   Watershed, Bristol         Registration for the Co-creating Cities & Communities Summer Forum will close at midnight on Wednesday 5th July 2017. You can register for free here. Read more


AHRC Research in Film Awards 2017

  These awards are designed to recognise and reward the considerable body of work created at the interface between research and film and to acknowledge the world-leading work of researchers, practitioners and filmmakers in the arts and humanities research community.   There are five categories in total, including four aimed at the research community. Read more


Valuing Interdisciplinary Collaborative Work: Beyond Impact

  Valuing interdisciplinary collaborative research, ed. by Keri Facer and Kate Pahl (Bristol: The Policy Press, 2017), 272 pp. Available in hardback, paperback, and electronic formats. Read more


Common Cause Research Workshops Announced

Common Cause Research is seeking to explore where and how common cause can be made between change agents in universities, communities and funding bodies who are looking to create an Arts and Humanities knowledge base that fully reflects the cultures and experiences of the UK’s Black and minority ethnic communities. Read more


GCRF and Collaborative Research symposium, UEA, 6 June, final programme

We have organised this AHRC-funded day symposium which is focused specifically on collaborative research, including co-production, across GCRF, and brings together collaborative researchers and partners from the UK and internationally to discuss practice and potential in collaboration and development. Read more


Global Challenges Research Fund and Collaborative Research: A Connected Communities Symposium

Global Challenges Research Fund and Collaborative Research: A Connected Communities Symposium Elizabeth Fry Building, The University of East Anglia Tuesday 6th June 2017 10:00 – 16:00 Free event (registration required)   We are pleased to announce a special one-day symposium on Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) projects and activities, focused on areas of interest around collaborative research, including co-production, arts Read more


New Connected Communities Book! ‘Valuing interdisciplinary collaborative research’

We are delighted to announce the publication of the third book in the Connected Communities series ‘Valuing interdisciplinary collaborative research’ edited by Keri Facer and Kate Pahl. Read more