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Humanities and Arts Research Institute

The Humanities and Arts Research Institute (HARI) is central to Royal Holloway’s vibrant interdisciplinary research culture. It fosters and showcases the intellectual and creative energies of academics across all stages of their career. HARI stimulates and supports research of the highest quality across disciplinary and institutional boundaries and promotes the exchange of knowledge and expertise with diverse public organisations, the creative industries, the performing arts and festivals. HARI’s collaborations and established partnerships with organisations, including the BFI, English Heritage, The Globe, Counterpoints Arts, the Science Museum and the Institute of Historical Studies, are vital to the public dissemination and impact of its research.

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HARI is pleased to have partnered with our colleagues in Research Impact to produce this showcase of work our academics are doing around cultural participation: Researching Cultural Participation.

If you're a Royal Holloway student and interested in helping us with event podcasts, writing up a conference review, etc, please email with a short motivation that details your area of interest and any experience you may already have.

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