- Title Pages
- List of figures
- Notes on contributors
- Series editors’ foreword
- One Enabling conditions for communities and universities to work together: a journey of university public engagement
- Two Understanding impact and its enabling conditions: learning from people engaged in collaborative research
- Three Emphasising mutual benefit: rethinking the impact agenda through the lens of Share Academy
- Four From poverty to life chances: framing co-produced research in the Productive Margins programme
- Five Methodologically sound? Participatory research at a community radio station
- Six The regulatory aesthetics of co-production
- Seven Participatory mapping and engagement with urban water communities
- Eight Hacking into the Science Museum: young trans people disrupt the power balance of gender ‘norms’ in the museum’s ‘Who Am I?’ gallery
- Nine Mapping in, on, towards Aboriginal space: trading routes and an ethics of artistic inquiry
- Ten Adapting to the future: vulnerable bodies, resilient practices
- Conclusion: Reflections on contemporary debates in co-production studies
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