We work with a wide variety of research organisations, specialist interest groups and representative bodies in the pursuit of our joint research aims.
We are working with Research Libraries UK (RLUK) on a number of initiatives, including the Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities (DCDC) conference series and a number of pieces of joint research.
Other partnerships include:
- The Royal Historical Society and the Institute of Historical Research to deliver the annual Gerald Aylmer Seminar
- The Thames Consortium (The National Archives, National Portrait Gallery and National Maritime Museum) on our Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships during the first and second rounds of the scheme.
- We also work in collaboration with three other academic partners to offer doctoral training; The London Arts and Humanities Partnership, the techne consortium and the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities.
Much of our current research is delivered in partnership with other bodies. We also work with partners to deliver our leadership role for the archive sector.
If you are interested in collaborating with us, email the Research team and we will explore this with you. Collaborations take time to develop, so please speak to us at an early stage.