On the 31st March, Professor Janice Carruthers was kind enough to give Christina Horvath and myself some time out of her schedule. Late on a Friday afternoon in Cardiff, we sat down to talk about collaboration, co-production and the potential for partnership working in Modern Languages research.
Over the last few years there has been a huge increase in the amount of work that Arts and Humanities researchers have been doing collaboratively with external partners. These kinds of collaborative projects require very different skill sets than traditional desk-based and archival research.
This week we are proud to announce the second of Bridging the Gap’s public workshops. On May 23rd, we invite all heritage organisations in the “Great West” to join us at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.