Writing our History:Digging our Past
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Connected Communities: local community partnershipse
 Local History and archaeology groups access expertise and resources of professional arts and humanities researchers.
 

Writing our History: Digging our Past is a Connected Communities project to assist community groups in the East Midlands and beyond delve into their local history and archaeology by providing access to the expertise and resources of professional arts and humanities researchers.

Community group members are invited to contact us with collaborative ideas.

 
 

 

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Creating a new digital tour at Venta Icenorum

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Associate Professor Will Bowden leads an exciting new project, drawing upon years of research at this archaeological site and combining it with new technologies.

Connected Communities Festival award for Philip Riden and Trent barge project

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Philip Riden has been granted an AHRC-funded Connected Communities Festival award for an event organised with the Newark Heritage Barge CIO

Global cotton connections: East meets West in the Derbyshire Peak District

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Dr Susanne Seymour (School of Geography and a Deputy Director of Institute for the Study of Slavery, University of Nottingham) heads up a team awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) grant through the Connected Communities Summit 2013 Follow-up Funding call.

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