Collaborative Research

The range of subjects, disciplines and expertise in the Humanities it wide and varied. Collaborative research both within the University, Wales, the UK and beyond is a key part of the Humanities research strategy.

As such, we would welcome any opportunities to collaborate, across disciplines and subjects, with partners old and new.

If you are interested in Collaborating with Cardiff University Humanities academics, then please do feel free to get in contact. General enquiries can be directed to:

Cinzia Yates (Research Development Officer, Arts & Humanities): YatesCA@cf.ac.uk, 029 20876377

or

Jane Whittingham (Research Development Officer, Arts & Humanities): WhittinghamJ@cf.ac.uk, 029 20879630

Alternatively, please feel free to contact the individual Schools directly. Links to individual websites can be found on the Humanities Schools page.

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The following large scale collaborative research projects are currently being undertaken by members of the Humanities community:

REACT: Research & Ennterprise in Arts & Creative Technology

This AHRC funded Knowledge Exchange Hub is a four year project to investigate and explore the opportunities and postential for Knowledge Exchnage activities between the Humanities and Creative Economy. The Hub is a collaboration between Cardiff University, University of Bristol, University of Bath, University of Exeter, University of the West of England and Watershed Arts in Bristol.

Conservation of Iron
This is a large scale, interdisciplinary project funded by the AHRC & EPSRC to investigate the various ways in which the corrosion of Iron artefacts can be slowed or halted within an archaeological context. Project is a collaboration between Cardiff University and the University of Manchester.

Community Media Spheres and the Creative Citizen
Funded by the AHRC Connected Communities Programme, the consortium is led by Cardiff University and includes University of the West of England, Birmingham University, The Open University, Royal College of Art and Birmingham City University.