University-community collaborations are often complex, fraught,emotional affairs. Participants devote a lot of time, energy and emotion to bridging differences, improvising solutions, and making things work.This can be difficult and sometimes frustrating, but can also have a transformative legacy for the participants and the wider communities they are part of. These legacies, however, are not always easy to observe,identify and authorise. As we will explore in this chapter, some ofthe most important legacies of community-university partnerships are intangible and refer to emotions, affects, ongoing processes and emerging potentials: for example, inspiration, confidence, friendship, as well as knowledge, ideas and networks. These legacies are at least as important as projects' harder, more tangible and easily measurable legacies.
|Title of host publication||Valuing interdisciplinary collaborative research: beyond impact|
|Editors||Keri Facer, Kate Pahl|
|Place of Publication||Bristol|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2017|
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Marie Harder, Fellow Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA)
- School of Arch, Tech and Eng - Professor of Sustainable Waste Mngmt
- Experimental Design Practices Research and Enterprise Group
- Radical Methodologies (RaM) Research and Enterprise Group
- Values and Sustainability Research and Enterprise Group
- Centre for Change, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management