Research & Impact

Our research clusters showcase those areas where we have key concentrations of Research, Teaching, Learning and Enterprise and where we have a distinctive DRHA presence and identity. Through our innovative workshops and activities, we embrace an international multidisciplinary vision of digital research in the humanities and arts and are focused to address the major challenges of the world.

Stay tuned here or follow us on twitter for updates on research activities. If you are interested in joining DRHA as a visiting research fellow* please contact Dr Anastasios Maragiannis, Deputy Chair of DRHA organisation

Current Events

Understanding the fundamentals of Practice Research | University of Greenwich, School of Design, London (2hrs)
(May 2020 – Link will be available in April 2020)

Multidisciplinary co-design methods | University of Greenwich, School of Design, London (2hrs)
(May 2020 – Link will be available in April 2020)

Diversifying creative methodologies: inclusive research | LSBU, London (2hrs)
(May 2020 – Link will be available in April 2020)

Performance as practice Research | Brunel University, London (2hrs)
(June 2020 – Link will be available in May 2020)

Art and Design Policymaking | University of Greenwich, London (3hrs)
(October 2020 – Link will be available in June 2020)

Previous Events

T&L Diversifying the Education Curriculum| School of Design University of Greenwich October 2019 – (Day Symposium) Organised by Dr Anastasios Maragiannis

REF2021 – Preparing your UoA32 Portfolio | School of Design University of Greenwich May 2018 – (2hrs) Organised by Dr Anastasios Maragiannis

REF2021 – Preparing your UoA33 Portfolio | Brunel University – June 2018 – (2hrs) Organised by Prof Susan Broadhurst

REF2021 – Digital Research – Library, Resources, Facilities | DCU – Sept 2017 – (2hrs) Organised by Dr Chris Pressler

T&L Digital Creativity in HEIs – Alternative Teaching and Learning pedagogic practices | CPDA, University of Greenwich – Sept 2017 – ( 1 hour) webinar Organised by Dr Anastasios Maragiannis

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*The visiting research fellow is a volunteer post, and it is created for that ECR interested in joining an international organisation and would like to help shape the research archives of Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts