Egyptology in Prisons

Project Details


The fellowship involved working with prison education departments to produce African-centred resources for prisoners and staff. Research included: qualitative interviews on prisoner expectations for Black History Month; evaluation of class-room based teaching; evaluation of wing-based classes for vulnerable and high-risk prisoners. Outputs included: prisoner-led virtual resources; a prison magazine; a wing-based exhibition. Research was disseminated through reports and presentations.
Effective start/end date1/10/0731/10/09


  • prisons
  • museums
  • cultural heritage
  • prison education


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