The project has produced a number of publications and members of the team have given presentations at a wide range of different events.
2020. Archive utopias: linking collaborative histories to local democracy. In: Popple S; Prescott A; Mutibwa D (eds.) Communities, Archives and New Collaborative Practices. Policy Press.
2019. Breaking out of the museum core: Conservation as participatory ontology and systemic action inquiry. In: O’Neill M; Hooper G (eds.) Connecting Museums. Routledge Research in Museum Studies. Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge, pp. 80-94.
2019. Do-it-yourself heritage: heritage as a process (designing for the Stoke ‘Ping’). In: Graham H; Vergunst J (eds.) Heritage as Community Research: Legacies of Co-production. Connected Communities. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 149-170
2017. Socialising heritage/socialising legacy. In: Facer K; Pahl K (eds.) Valuing the impact of collaborative research: Theory, methods and tools. Bristol, UK: Policy Press
2016. Living with History in York: Increasing participation from where you are. In: Chitty G (eds.) Heritage, Conservation and Communities : Engagement, participation and capacity building. Heritage, Culture and Identity. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 143-162
2016. The ‘co’ in co-production: Museums, community participation and Science and Technology Studies. Science Museum Group Journal. 5
DOI: 10.15180/160502, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/97697/
2015. Local Character. RSA Journal. 2015(3), pp. 40-41
2015. Where the Heritage Index points: Life, damn local life and statistics. RSA blog.
2015. Legitimate expertise: how decisions are made. Context: The Institute of Historic Building Conservation. 142, pp. 15-17
Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/95466/
(2015) How should heritage decisions be made?: Increasing participation from where you are.
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(2015) ‘How should heritage decisions be made?’ Connected Communities report.
(2015) York: What has heritage ever done for us?
Arts and Humanities Research Council Connected Communities Festival July 2014. Video of the workshop available.