It seems that caring for other websites led me to neglect this personal one. So I’m belatedly documenting some of the intervening time, and–as I sometimes do–preparing a backdated post to keep things in some kind of chronological sequence.
When I first began work with the Jam and Justice team, the post was a 9-month filler, with a view to obtaining follow-on funding to develop some of the Linguistic DNA resources for use with schools. Continue reading “How to govern differently”
Towards the end of July 2018, I took on the role of Impact Officer for an action research project called Jam and Justice. My post is funded by three partner universities (Sheffield, Manchester, and Birmingham) each channeling funding received from the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to accelerate the societal consequences of research. Continue reading “A matter of impact”
Above: The Telling Tales of King James’ Bible exhibition at Lichfield Cathedral (photo courtesy of the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield).
In 2011, the Telling Tales of King James’ Bible exhibition appeared in churches and cathedrals around the UK Continue reading “Telling Tales”