Research Impact

Our Department’s research has influenced communities in many ways, from highlighting political issues to helping disadvantaged and vulnerable communities.

The impact of our research focuses on new modes of engagement with external partners and stakeholders, such as co-curation of exhibitions and practitioner-led design of wellbeing activities and multimedia tools.

We interact and develop relationships with users in response to pressing challenges, such as the ageing population, an increasing lack of support for those living with mental illness, a rise in extremist views and discrimination and unethical labour practices.

Cinema, music, memory and wellbeing

Cinema Memory & Wellbeing

We have improved the wellbeing of older people and those living with early-stage dementia in the UK and Brazil through music and film.

The Romani Holocaust - Lessons and Legacies

The Romani Holocaust

New materials and approaches help engage young people with the lives of Sinti and Roma.

Latin(o) American Digital Art

Latin(o) American Digital Art

A collaborative exhibition enabling audiences to play an active part in the creation of the artwork.

Black History in Germany

Black History in Germany

We have contributed to raising consciousness about European Black history.