Assessing the Impact of CinBA

18 months after the official project end-date we have revisited CinBA project partners and participants to reflect on the impact of the research. The report highlights 7 areas in which significant impact can be identified:

  • Research impact
  • Pedagogical impact
  • Continuing professional development: impact on established makers /artists
  • Impact on creative practice
  • Policy impact
  • Commercial Impact
  • Personal and professional impact on CinBA members

The report also comments upon how CinBA has been leveraged going forward and contains 10 key learning points highlighting how impact from Humanities research can be enhanced.

Access a copy of the report here:

Creativity and Craft Production in Middle and Late Bronze Age Europe. Assessing the Impact of a HERA Research Project

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