Queen Mary, University of London
Queen Mary School of English and Drama: For details on the wider research community and associates
People’s Palace Project: People’s Palace Projects was set up in 1996 when Paul Heritage came to Queen Mary, University of London to establish a new Drama Department. Having previously founded the Theatre in Prison and Probation (TiPP) Centre at Manchester University with colleague James Thompson, Paul set out to create an independent arts charity based in East London.
Sexual Cultures Research Group: a research group that actively fosters and develops cross-disciplinary conversations about methodologies, cultures, texts and objects and research outputs related to sexuality, sexuality, gender, identity, and both intimate and public cultures.