The research activity of CMNH leads to a number of different kinds of public outcome:
CMNH organises several different types of event:
Researchers at CMNH publish their work in a variety of different forms
Researchers at CMNH regularly give lectures and seminar papers, talks and other kinds of presentation, often by invitation, to a wide range of audiences at academic gatherings and other public events.
The Centre and its individual researchers are involved in grant applications to support its work – often in partnership with other universities, public organisations, and groups – to schemes internal to the University of Brighton, and externally to research councils and other funding bodies in the UK and overseas.
Find details of successful applications here
CMNH works in partnership with other Higher Education institutions, and with a wide range of organisations outside of academia, in ways that further social engagement and the public impact of our research. The activities we undertake with our partners include academic conferences and other events, funding bids, training sessions and workshops with community groups, talks and exhibitions. If your organisation is interested in working with CMNH, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
Impact and social engagement: Find details of our social engagement activities, the organisations and groups with which we have worked in partnership and collaborative relationship, and the public impact of our research here
Higher Education research partnerships and networks: Find details of HE institutions, research centres and research groups with which we have worked in partnership and collaborative relationship, and our key networks here
Publications in writing and other forms by researchers at CMNH
Lectures, talks, seminars, presentations by researchers at CMNH
Research funding granted to researchers at CMNH
Social engagement, collaboration and partnership by CMNH
See the full calendar of events from the research centre.
Higher Education research partnerships and networks at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities