Place-Based Research Programme Hub
The Place-Based Research Programme Hub brings together the latest insights, research updates, news and resources from nine Knowledge Exchange Projects across the UK, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Place is an important focus for current and future government research and development strategy. Place is also a research topic at the heart of many arts and humanities disciplines, from archaeology and architecture to history and literature. These projects are designed to improve access to arts and humanities research expertise with a view to informing and supporting the development of plans for local regeneration.
Call for Evidence - Questionnaire
The AHRC Place-based Research programme are pleased to announce the launch of an open Call for Evidence focused on how we capture and communicate the impacts Arts and Humanities work has on place, the processes that lead to improved outcomes in place, and for people in place.
We are inviting researchers, practitioners, professionals and volunteers who are using Arts and Humanities approaches in their place-based work to contribute through completing a short online survey.
This call for evidence is an important part of our research process and complements other, on-going activities, including a review of REF Impact Case Studies. Your feedback will inform the place-based programme and our conversations with local, regional, national, and international bodies, including but not restricted to funders and government officials.
For further information and to access the survey please click here.