“Cultural Heritage with the University of Plymouth”

Plymouth Heritage Praxis

Plymouth Heritage Praxis is a spin-out consultancy with the University of Plymouth specialising in the investigation and intepretation of historic sites, cultural landscapes and material culture. Staff and students from our MA Heritage programmes work in partnership with cultural institutions, community groups, government and industry to deliver projects that benefit today's society.

What we do

We work with our partners to develop and implement projects that put contemporary thinking into practice at historic sites and museums (such as our work on the hidden heritage of LGBT groups). From new interpretation for exhibitions, events and trails - including graphic design, locative apps, virtual and augmented reality immersive experiences - to archival/field research or audience and stakeholder analysis we aim to work with partners who are keen to support our students, putting real-world experience at the heart of the student experience.

MA Heritage Theory and Practice

Plymouth Heritage Praxis is closely linked to the University of Plymouth's postgraduate programme, MA Heritage Theory and Practice. Each year our students work on a PHP project for their Heritage Practice module - directly contributing to project development and delivery.

Click here to find out more about MA Heritage Theory and Practice

Who we are

Plymouth Heritage Praxis is Daniel Maudlin, Alan Butler, Jo Loosemore, James Daybell and the students and graduates of our MA Heritage programme.