About

The ‘Afterlife of Heritage Research’ Skills Training Project (2012-13; funded by the AHRC) aims to support research students and early career researchers (ECRs) in developing skills, capacity and profiles for professional careers in the heritage sector. The project’s tailored training provision (including training guides, collaborative projects with cultural institutions, work placements and industrial mentoring) will assist students and ECRs in identifying, understanding and ‘translating’ the benefits of their heritage research in ‘real-life’ public, professional and business contexts.

‘Afterlife of Heritage Research’ includes three strands of skills training:
Research to Public
Research to Profession and
Research to Business

Project Partners:
Institute for Cultural Practices at The University of Manchester (Lead Partner)
School of Art & Design, University of Salford
Manchester Museum
Whitworth Art Gallery
Manchester Beacon

Critical Friends:

The Vitae NW Hub and
Renaissance NW

Expression of Interest
Information about the Expression of Interest for one or more of the training strands. Deadline: 30th November 2012.

Contact
Project Leader: Dr Kostas Arvanitis, Lecturer, Institute for Cultural Practices, University of Manchester kostas.arvanitis@manchester.ac.uk
Project Coordinator: Dr Emily McIntosh, Postgraduate Research Development Officer, Faculty of Humanities, University of Manchester emily.mcintosh@manchester.ac.uk
Lead Academic at the University of Salford: Dr Anna Catalani, Lecturer, School of Art & Design


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