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Staff in the department lead on and contribute to a number of important and prize-winning impact projects that seek to inform the future and influence change, including:
- Dr Jacqui Turner: Vote100: Beyond the ballot, Women’s rights and suffrage from 1866 to today – finalist for the Research and Impact Engagement Awards 2018, Astor100: Celebrating 100 years of women in Parliament, challenging the male narrative – winner of the Research and Impact Engagement Award 2020
- Dr Natalie Thomlinson: Women and the miners’ strike: Capturing changing gender roles in working-class communities in Britain after 1945 (alongside Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite at UCL)
- Dr Dina Rezk: Social listening: developing new qualitative methods to understand digital cultures in the past, present and future - winner of the British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award 2017
- Professor Matt Worley: Punk in the East - shortlisted for the Research and Engagement and Impact Awards 2017