Impact in Early Modern Studies
John Rylands Library, Manchester
26th January 2013
This one-day methodological symposium brings young academics (postgraduate, postdocs and early-career researchers) together with a number of cultural partners from Manchester to think about designing and developing ‘impact’ projects relating to their work. The day promises to be both an opportunity to think about and discuss the value of early modern studies beyond the academy, as well as providing networking opportunities for potential future partnerships.
We are delighted to have as our keynote speaker Professor Simon Bainbridge (Lancaster), who will be discussing his project ‘Wordsworth Walks’, as well as the academic side of ‘impact’ , for example as part of the REF.
A key part of the day will be sharing best practice amongst the researchers present.
We will have representatives from the John Rylands Library, the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester Museum and Manchester Libraries; they will discuss their own work on the impact agenda, as well as what they hope to achieve from partnerships with higher education and research. We will also have speakers from both university-led and independent outreach activities.
To register for the conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. This event has been generously supported by artsmethods@manchester, and so we are able to offer the event free of charge. Thanks to the support of the Society for Renaissance Studies, a number of postgraduate and postdoctoral travel bursaries are also available; if you would like to be considered for a bursary, please let us know when you register.