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Preserving Place: A Cultural Mapping Exercise. Research Team: UEA/ Norfolk Rural Community Council / University of Southampton Collaborating with AHRC + HLF funded ‘All our Stories’ and ‘Pathways to History’ community groups. 30 th June 2014. 29 th July 2015.

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preserving place a cultural mapping exercise

Preserving Place: A Cultural Mapping Exercise

Research Team: UEA/ Norfolk Rural Community Council / University of Southampton

Collaborating with

AHRC + HLF funded ‘All our Stories’ and ‘Pathways to History’ community groups

30th June 2014

29thJuly 2015

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Connected Communities projects we will collaborate with:

      • 14 All our Stories groups in UEA’s Ideas Bank project
      • 4 groups in the Connecting Threads: Exploring our Pathways UEA
      • 10 All our Stories groups in the University of Cambridge programme
      • Principal Investigator
      • Karen Smyth (UEA, Literature)
  • Co-investigators:
  • Jon Gregory (UEA, Landscape History)
  • Andrew Power (Southampton, Human Geography)
  • RikMartin (Norfolk Rural Community Council)
  • Researchers:
  • Rebecca Pinner (UEA, Art History and Literature)
  • Sarah Spooner (UEA, Landscape History)
  • BJ Epstein (UEA, Translation and Public Engagement)
  • Julie Bounford (UEA, Research fellow)
  • Paston Heritage Society
  • Pathways to History Collective
  • Dagenham’s Bangladeshi Women's Group
  • Administrator and web facilitator:
  • Ms Ruth Selwyn-Crome (UEA, Community University Engagement Administrator)
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INSPIRATION …

All our Stories Workshops

AHRC Workshop Norfolk Rural Community Council

Cultural mapping exercises in the Humanities

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Creating the Map Tool: METHOD

  • What is the best way to identify “routes”
  • What is the best way to represent this “traffic”?
  • Identifying the ‘routes’ to map, via a range of cross- disciplinary cultural taxonomies.
  • Data collection: questionnaires, interviews.
  • Qualitative evaluation. Nvivo software analysis.
  • How to describe and present the routes? The core methodology centred on will be the idea of ‘mapping’, as a cartographical metaphor.
  • Impact testing and creating a legacy for 3 existing groups; with the Paston Heritage Society, Pathways to History Collective and tbc.
  • The map will also be evaluated by 3 lecturers (each from different disciplines) for its academic impact.
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ACTIVITIES

  • Research into Humanities' cultural mapping projects and conceptual mapping software models, such as: Coogle, WakkaWiki or MindMup. Digital Impact analysis via TIDSR
  • Questionnaires for 18 community groups, interviews with 10 groups
  • Analysis of outputs from 20 groups (10 UEA, 10 Cambridge)
  • Design of themapping tool
  • 3 impact case studies
  • Launch of mapping tool with community groups
  • OUTPUTS
  • Mapping tool
  • Blog posts of qualitative analysis of co-production processes
  • Evaluation templates
  • PUBLICATIONS
  • 3 case studies
  • IMPACT
  • Future community and co-produced projectswith HEIs.