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Research projects

Explore a selection of collaborative interdisciplinary projects

Shh...Bang!
Shh...Bang!
Aura Satz
Aura Satz
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Fidel - The Musical
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Sweet Tooth

The University of Southampton, as part of the Russell Group, is renowned for its intensive research culture, with a growing ethos of engaging the public in its work.

Projects that seek to engage the public

The University’s Public Engagement with Research Unit presents a dynamic and inspiring variety of events and roadshows with annual festivals ‘Being Human’ (November) and the ‘Science Festival’ (March).

The arts and research culture

The University is proud of its culture of supporting artistic practice with many artists benefiting from interdisciplinary collaborations with the University’s academics, arts venues and specialist technicians.

This page will feature a growing archive of projects from across different University faculties and links to related public engagement activities.

Libraries and resources

University of Southampton holds a number of unique collections across its sites that publicly accessible for research.

Discover our libraries and resources
Shh…Bang!

Shh…Bang!

A delicate dance-theatre performance for children and their adults, playfully exploring sound and silence. Suitable for ages 3+.

Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth

How do we make sense of slavery? A historian, a vocalist, along with a choreographer and other musicians work on ways of exploring the past and its residues for public audiences.

Aura Satz - The Trembling Line

Aura Satz - The Trembling Line

The Trembling Line, a film and exhibition at John Hansard Gallery was the result of Aura Satz’s year as Artist-in-Residence at the University of Southampton. 

Fidel - A musical

Fidel - A musical

A musical by the people for the people’, a community driven project to create an educational, emotional, provocative musical of Fidel Castro’s life.

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