In recent years there has been increasing focus on collaboration and interdisciplinary research, particularly from research funders who have established a range of ‘challenge led’ and multi-discipline schemes. This agenda provides both opportunities and challenges for academics working in arts and humanities disciplines. With this context in mind, Royal Holloway and the University of Manchester are working on a project which explores what interdisciplinarity and cross-sector collaboration means for researchers working in the arts and humanities.
The first stage of this project involves gathering responses from colleagues working in arts and humanities disciplines via an anonymous survey. The survey will take about five minutes to complete and can be accessed via the link below (password also included below). The plan is for the survey results to help guide future researcher development training whilst also provide the basis for further research into collaborative practices within the arts and humanities.
Survey URL: https://rhul.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/collaboration-in-the-arts-and-humanities
Survey Password: artssurvey
This research project has received ethics approval from both Royal Holloway and the University of Manchester.
If you have any questions about this survey then please contact Dr Christopher Daley (Research Development Manager, Arts and Social Sciences)