Hearing Aids and Musical Experiences

Dr Alinka Greasley’s research finds ways to improve the musical experiences of hearing aid users and to develop the expertise of audiologists working with hearing aid technologies.

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Stylised representation of an ear, in navy blue, with musical notes in different colours.
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Re-examining Sikh activism in Britain

Dr Jas Singh's research into disaporic Sikh activism has supported a range of policy makers, empowered local communities, and reframed the language of international media debates.

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A group of participants in the All-Party Parliamentary Group for British Sikhs
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Digital Tools for Community Archives

Simon Popple has worked with community groups to co-develop Yarn: a digital tool that allows people to combine personal media with archival material to create community archives and heritage projects.

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Logo of the Yarn project, showing the word "Yarn" under intertwined strands
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Making a Difference

Researchers in the arts and humanities at Leeds are having transformative impact through their work.

We support our academics to develop sustainable plans for collaboration with a wide range of partners, including community groups, policy organisations, and industry.

Our workshops for prospective AHRC grant applicants introduce key features of successful partnership working, and we facilitate bespoke impact development for the arts and humanities through the Building Impact Momentum training programme.

Making a Difference