Current Research Projects
Drought Risk and You (DRY)
The DRY project was founded in April 2014 with an aim to develop an easy-to-use, evidence-based resource to inform decision-making for drought risk management in the UK over a four-year period.
Editing Aphra Behn in the Digital Age (E-ABIDA)
Through systematically integrating digital and established methods, E-ABIDA will produce and disseminate a new, comprehensive edition of Aphra Behn (1640-89), one of the most important English Restoration writers.
Loneliness in the Digital Age (LiDA)
Loneliness in the Digital Age (LiDA) is a 3-year multi-partner, multi-disciplinary, UK national research project which is investigating how people experience loneliness, and the role that digital technologies might play in both amplifying and counteracting such experiences.
The Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh
Five-year AHRC-funded project, working to create the first ever Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh. Forty-three volumes will bring together Waugh’s extensive collections of novels, biographies, travel writing, essays, articles, reviews, letters, diaries, drawings and designs.
The Reasons in the Bevills Leam Catchment: Tradition and Innovation in Communities to Imagine Resilient Futures
Funded by the AHRC Connected Communities, The Reasons will create a new, performative methodology, based on traditional practices, to support communities in collective problem-solving and imagining their own secure futures.
Storytelling for de-radicalised young people
Funded as part of Loughborough's EPSRC institutional sponsorship, this proposal is for a feasibility project that seeks to prepare the ground for a much larger, multi-partner study that will use our online capabilities and digital connectedness to capture and explore the stories of deradicalised young people.
Digital Innovation in Cultural and Heritage Education (DICHE)
Digital Innovation in Cultural and Heritage Education (DICHE) in the light of 21st century learning.
Narrative Educational Resources for Socio-Professional Inclusion (NAR-SPI)
NAR-SPI is a project promoting the use of open educational resources (OER) and soco-professional inclusion for vulnerable young people and adults.