Academic-publication

The Connected Communities Projects have produced a wide variety of resources from reports to films. Many of these resources are available through the links on this page. Individual project websites are also a great place to look for resources and further information - you can access them through our Project Pages.

Connected Communities: Diaspora and Transnationality

This research review critically explores the idea of “connected communities” in relation to diaspora and transnationality across the humanities and social sciences. Read more

Conflict with and between communities: Exploring the role of communities in helping to defeat and/or endorse terrorism and the interface with policing efforts to counter terrorism

This initial scoping study seeks to examine conflict within and between communities – with respect to the role of communities in helping to defeat and/or endorse terrorism and the interface with policing efforts to counter terrorism. Read more

Immanent Authority and the Making of Community

Drawing upon the resources, energy and research of an inter-disciplinary group of early career researchers, the Authority Research Network, this project uses literature on “authority”, to theorise community production, empowerment and participation. Read more

An exploration of the relation between the concepts of ‘community’ and ‘future’ in philosophy

This scoping study has examined a range of contemporary and historical philosophical approaches to understanding the relation between the concepts of ‘community’ and ‘future’. Read more

A review of conceptualisations and meanings of ‘community’ within and across research traditions: a metanarrativeapproach

We aimed to collect systematically the key ways in which community has been understood within and across research traditions. Read more

Community–university partnerships through communities of practice

This study explores the application of the communities of practice approach (CoP) to community–university partnerships (CUPs). A specific focus is whether forming CoPs might help struggling communities cope within an increasingly resource-stretched environment. Read more

Temporal Connectivities: A scoping study of the available research on time and community

The aim of this study is to gain a better sense of what research is currently available and to identify cross-cutting and emerging themes, as well as any significant gaps. Read more