New TORCH Knowledge Exchange Fellows

Row of hands on a fallen tree trunk.

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TORCH is delighted to welcome seven new Knowledge Exchange Fellows. These Fellowships form part of TORCH’s wider efforts to support and encourage knowledge exchange - the mutually beneficial sharing of ideas, data, experience and expertise involving collaborations between researchers and external organisations or the public.

Our Knowledge Exchange Fellows work with partner organisations on their projects across the course of a year, and the HEIF funded scheme has supported 62 fellowships since 2013.

This year’s Knowledge Exchange Fellows are listed below. Click on the title of a project to find out more:


Dr Aaron Graham (Faculty of History)

Making heritage accessible: the Duke of Chandos and Canons Park

Partner organisation: Friends of Canons Park


Dr Alice Little (Faculty of Music)

Mapping English 'national music' of the eighteenth century

Partner organisation: English Folk Dance and Song Society, EFDSS


Dr Arlene Holmes-Henderson (Faculty of Classics)

Language education research and the Department for Education

Partner organisation: Department for Education (EBacc and Arts Unit)


Dr Ine Jacobs (School of Archaeology)

3D modelling with camera phones

Partner organisation: Virtual World Heritage Lab


Dr Samson Kambalu (Ruskin School of Art)

Three Spring 2021 exhibitions: research, production and publication.

Partner organisation: Modern Art Oxford


Dr Stefano Evangelista (Faculty of English)

Berlin through the Eyes of British Writers

Partner organisation: Literaturhaus Berlin and Bodleian Library


Professor Sue Jones (Faculty of English)

Dance As Grace: Paradoxes and Possibilities

Yorke Dance Project


You can learn more about our past Knowledge Exchange Fellows here, and about TORCH’s Knowledge Exchange work more broadly here.