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Research and innovation

We are a vibrant hub for disciplinary and interdisciplinary research that embraces multiple areas of critical investigation and forms of dissemination including written scholarship, creative writing, performance, curation, translation, community-based projects and industry publications.
 
We are committed to impactful research and engaging with multiple publics. Our research environment is sustained by multiple collaborations, networks and partnerships with the creative and cultural industries in the UK and beyond including museums, galleries, heritage sites and organizations, media industries, theatres and community groups, as well as with individual industry professionals and creative practitioners.
 

Current and Recent Project and ActivitiesLink opens in a new window

Explore a sample of our research and activities that includes a network of African women creatives, a multidisciplinary study of Coventry, a collaboration with Historic Royal Palaces and dynamic industry-focused events.

Virtual BookcaseLink opens in a new window

Discover a range of recently published monographs and creative writing from the School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures.

Events & Seminars

Sign up for the Faculty of Arts Impact Showcase Event

  • Wednesday 27th April

Research News

The Research Impact Team is delighted to announce the launch of the new Arts and Humanities Impact Fund.

The first round of applications closes on Wednesday 11 May 2022.

Impact and Public Engagement

We strive to generate impactful research that reaches wide audiences. This approach to research is rooted in collaborations, networks and partnerships with communities, creative practitioners, the creative industries and key cultural organisations and institutions regionally, nationally and internationally. Please see here for examples of recent projects.

Several members of SCAPVC have produced short videos on their research taking in topics including literary translation, loneliness, freelance workers in the creative sector and the relationship between the media and climate change.

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