Projects

There are over 280 individual Connected Communities projects. Further information can be found below where you can access pages for each project. We have grouped the projects around themed clusters to help with navigation or use the text box to search for key words.

Diasporic film in communities: A scoping study of the relationship between screen culture, stakeholders and communities

Principal Investigator: Dr Sarita Malik, Brunel University
2012

The Diasporic Film in Communities project set out to critically examine the role of Diasporic film culture in Diasporic communities. A case study approach was used to explore how three postcolonial publics (African-Caribbean, Chinese and South Asian) mobilise around film, interface with cultural organisations and reflect on their significance as film communities. Read more

Transmitting musical heritage

Principal Investigator: Dr Kate Pahl (University of Sheffield)
From 2013 to 2014

Music is a cultural product of society, a sonic reflection of ideologies and behaviours – a performative heritage. When musical sound is transferred from player-to-player, or player-to-audience, we question what of this cultural meta-data travels with it, and how. Read more

Language as talisman

Principal Investigator: Dr Kate Heron Pahl (University of Sheffield)
2012

The focus of this project was on language as a source of protection and resilience for young people. The project team worked in schools and youth centres to co-produce materials with young people about language and its power. Read more

Writing our history: Digging our past

Principal Investigator: Professor Elizabeth Harvey (University of Nottingham)
2012

Uncovering relics from the past or charting the heritage of a local community can be a painstaking and frustrating process for the amateur historian or archaeologist, often hampered by limited time and funding. Read more