Relating to our Place, Space and Belonging research group: Centre National Pédagogique et Linguistique pour l’Enseignement de Tamazight Algiers, Algeria, and the University of Zambia (Blackwood; ODA Seed Fund focussing on how multilingualism in memorialisation can address voicelessness by bringing sociolinguistic approaches to bear in questions of heritage); Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal and Universidade da Coruña, Spain (Bermingham; ODA Seed Fund focussing on use of language in the Cape Verdean education system).
Relating to our Image, Sound, Performance group, international partners include: PUC University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Shaw, impact case study).
Relating to our Conflict, Memory and Heritage group, international partners include: University of Ghana (Forsdick GCRF Area-Focused Network Plus grant); Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Defence, France and University of Tasmania, Australia (Forsdick, AHRC-LABEX on dark tourism in comparative perspective); Universidad San Martín, Argentina, and Universidad de Chile (Riethof – ODA Seed Fund on constructing transitional justice and sustainable democratic cultures); University of Seville, Spain, Jagiellonian University, Poland, and University of Helsinki, Finland (Rosenhaft – HERA grant exploring cultural contribution to Europe’s public space/s of its Romani minorities); Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic (Rosenhaft, CI, AHRC research networking grant); Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India (Magedera, CI, UK-India Education and Research Initiative Grant); Visva-Bharati University, and Jadavpur University, and Mysore School of Architecture, India (Magedera, Newton Fund grant on Cultural Heritage and Rapid Urbanisation in India)
Relating to our Media Histories group: La Manouba University, Tunisia (Spadaro, AHRC Follow-On Funding grant); the Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, Universidad de Santiago de Cali, Colombia, Universidad Santiago de Cali, Colombia, and Universidad de Cartagena, Spain (Taylor, AHRC Standard Grant on women, gender and representation of the Colombian conflict).
The academic institutions with which we have worked provide evidence of how scholars are attracted to work with us, and enthused by our vision of enabling contributions not just in Modern Languages but through Modern Languages. More specifically, we are gaining increasing profile in championing equitable research partnerships with institutions in the developing world, informed by our ethos of transformational impact, ethical working, and of embedding EDI into our partnerships where possible, with funded projects (both from external research grants, and internal seed-corn funding) working with countries on the DAC list of ODA recipients including Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Cape Verde, Colombia, Ghana, India, Tunisia and Zambia.