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Research Impact

We believe in enhancing long-standing relationships with external audiences and beneficiaries. We do this through a broad range of activities including: knowledge transfer; popular writing; stimulating artistic responses; contributions to regional and national media; providing professional services; and by helping develop policy. The beneficiaries of our research range from individuals and local schools to heritage organisations, healthcare and museum professionals, and media organisations.

Research impact case studies

The following case studies provide examples of some of the impact-related activities we undertake.


Archaeology & Conservation

Changing people’s perceptions of the human:animal relationship

Evidence based management strategies for Heritage iron 

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The Templars in Public History

Welsh Migrants in Global Contexts

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Religious Studies

A new translation of a sacred Buddhist text and its impact on contemporary Buddhist practice in Germany

Improved pastoral care for Muslims in British public institutions

Read more about Religious Studies & Theology research