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Brigstow Awards

We are delighted to announce our the research projects that have been awarded Brigstow Institute Seedcorn Funding in our 2022 funding call.

Tim Cole, Director of Brigstow Institute says 'The 2022 cohort of Brigstow seedcorn projects continue the tradition of drawing on interdisciplinary and co-produced ways of working to ask how we can live well in the 21st century. What is particularly striking about this year's cohort is the focus of many of the project teams on the body, as well as thinking about the relationship between humans and the more than human world of animals and plants. At Brigstow we love this moment of anticipation as the teams begin working together and we wait to see what they will discover!'

Below you can see an overview of the newly awarded cohort, or you can visit our full Seedcorn 2022 announcement to find out more about the aims and methods of the funded interdisciplinary research projects.
If you would like to find out more about Brigstow Institute funding, including our current Ideas Exchange funding call, have a look at our Brigstow Institute funding webpage. 

A Comparative Study of Gender Construction and its Impact on Healthy Relationships within English and Ghanaian Schools.

Involving Nadia Aghtaie and Afua Twum-Danso Imoh (School for Policy Studies), Judi Kidger (Population Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School), Lucy Condon (Bristol Medical School), Jess Bunyan and Will Taylor (Rising Art Agency), Georgina Yaa Oduro and Dorothy Takyiakwaa and Playpluzz Production Team (University of Cape Coast).

Improving Access to Oral Health Services for Adult Survivors of Child Sex Abuse.

Involving Nilufar Ahmed, Patricia Neville and Angela Hague (Bristol Dental School) and Viv Gordon (Viv Gordon Company).

Holding my Heart: Documentary and portraiture to advance the appreciation of 3D medical technologies.

Involving Giovanni Biglino (Bristol Medical School), Ana Baeza-Ruiz (Department of History of Art), Maria Fannin (School of Geographical Sciences), Paola Di Bella (Freelance Photographer), James Marshall-Baquedano (Abel Model Management) and Anna Farthing (University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation).

Motherhood in a Climate Crisis.

Involving Maria Fannin (School of Geographical Sciences), Celia Turley (Freelance Creative Producer), Sophia Cheng (With Many Roots), Liz Mytton (Theatre in Flow) and Jo McAndrews (LifeKind).

Reimagining Professional Development for Mathematics Teachers: Using creative processes to support mathematics teachers in becoming curriculum-makers for climate justice.

Involving Tracy Helliwell (School of Education), Lauren Hennessy (School of Education), Emma Geen (Department of English) and Emilia Alvarez (School of Mathematics) and Klara Sroka (National Museum, Wales).

Living Financial Resilience: A community research and design project with residents of Lawrence Hill.

Involving Daniella Jenkins and Anne Angsten Clark (Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship), Sharon Collard (School of Geographical Sciences), Lisa Dora (Boost Finance, Wellspring Settlement) and Hari Ramakrishnan (Talking Money / Boost Finance).

Growing Liveable Worlds: Ethical encounters between human and plant life.

Involving Franklin Ginn (School of Geographical Sciences), Jane Memmott and Bethany Eldridge (School of Biological Sciences), Katy Connor (Artist), Ella Good and Nicki Kent (Lead Artists of The Martian House).

Space for Seals: Understanding the relationship between human stakeholders and seals to promote positive wildlife watching practices.

Involving Leah Trigg (Bristol Veterinary School), Emma Roe (University of Southampton), Paul Hurley (Artist) and Sue Sayer (Seal Research Trust).

Walking and Re-Creation.

Involving Eleanor Rycroft (Department of Theatre), Suzanne Audrey (Centre for Public Health, Bristol Medical School), Jan Connett (Bristol Health Partners), Angie Belcher (Performer and Comedian), Ruth Pitter and Sophie Brown (Bristol Steppin Sistas).

The MenoMakers’ Handling Box.

Involving Vanessa Beck (School of Management), Jessica Hammett (Department of History) and Lisa Nash (Socially Engaged Artist / Facilitator and Arts Programmer).

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