The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of East Anglia (UEA), as part of the Consortium in Humanities and Arts South-East England (CHASE), has received funding to support skills development.
Early Career Researchers
- Skills for Media Engagement (UEA/Open University) - Dr Eylem Atakav (FTM)
- Web Development Skills: Improving Digital Literacy for ECRs in Academic Practice (UEA/Queen Mary and Goldsmiths College, University of London) - Dr David Nowell-Smith (LDC).
Organisation-led (lead institutions listed first)
- Humanities in Human Rights (Research Skills Enrichment) – UEA and Goldsmiths
- Becoming a Public Intellectual (Partnership working including public engagement) – Open University, UEA and the Courtauld Institute of Art
- Creative Minds – Entrepreneurial Skills (Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy) – UEA and Goldsmiths
- Material Witness – The Interrogation of Physical Objects for Humanities Researchers – University of Kent, UEA and the Courtauld Institute of Art
- After the Archive (Partnership working including public engagement) – UEA and the University of Sussex.