New Routes, Old Roots explores and raises awareness of refugee migration, marginalisation and heritage, both past and present, through the arts.
Based at ARU in Cambridge, we work with artists, schools, museums, community groups and members of the public across Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Our arts-based activities and events include:
Dr Jeannette Baxter is Director of Old Routes, New Roots and her work on three projects – Come Yew In!, A Day of Welcome, and Havens East – has enabled more than 200,000 primary and secondary school pupils to learn more about refugee migration issues. Read more about Jeannette’s work with non-academic audiences.
Other research projects include:
You can read more about all our research projects on the New Routes, Old Roots website.
We welcome enquiries from groups, institutions and individuals who would like to suggest activities and events, or take part in those we are already planning.
For more information about New Routes, Old Roots and how you can contribute to our research, contact Dr Jeannette Baxter: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about our research, activities and people at https://newroutesoldroots.com.