Christ Church Research Blogs

Storytelling for Health and Wellbeing Symposium

On Monday 10th June and Tuesday 11th June 2024, Principal Research Fellow, Dr Nina Worthington and Research Assistant, Charlotte Grainger from the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and […]

Professor Juan Méndez visits Canterbury

World-renowned human rights lawyer Professor Juan Méndez opens international policing conference.

Links with the Visitor Economy

Membership of key associations ensures that we are up to date with contemporary developments in the visitor economy and have access to local, national and international platforms through which we can disseminate research findings and best practice.

Royal Society of Chemistry

A Reflection on the RSC Exhibition

Reflecting on the fascinating ‘Epistemic insight: Future of knowledge’ exhibition at the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Whole School Programme

spear was commissioned by Chance to shine and the ECB to conduct an independent evaluation of the Whole School Programme. The aim of Whole School Programme is to create opportunities […]

Nexus researching church toddler groups

https://researchspace.canterbury.ac.uk/97272/nexus-researching-church-toddler This research project emerged from previous NICER research projects looking at the spiritual development of secondary-age students and the spiritual nurture of primary school pupils in the Nexus. The […]

Mary Braddon Archive

Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1835-1915), bestselling author of over 80 novels with a writing career spanning 1860-1915.

This Mum Moves

This Mum Moves is an initiative that aims to support pregnant women and new mothers to stay active by providing healthcare professionals

Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2021

Having gone online on Teams this year, the sixth History Weekend (2020 had to be cancelled) was again extremely successful, attracting an international audience – from northern France to the United States.