Research with Reach is a network and training programme for postgraduate and early career researchers in the arts and humanities. This project was originally devised by Penny Newell and Ella Parry-Davies, PhD candidates at King’s College London, to support emerging academics in thinking though the scope of their research beyond the outlets of academia. It fosters the skills and opportunities required to broaden the range of research output, to widen the remit of readership or audience, and to deliver well-researched writing on platforms which value rigorous ideas in a non-specialist context. What we are seeking to do here goes beyond the current concern to emphasize the ‘impact’ of one’s work. Instead, we are trying to open dialogue about a research practice that always already exhibits qualities of range and reach, and to nurture the development of a growing publishing space that affords this practice – as well as a cohort of scholars who will occupy it. Please follow the links below to read more about the project:
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