IPUP is involved in a number of projects and events in and around the city of York, details of which are collected here.

York in World War One

A collaborative project devised and produced by IPUP and York Museums Trust. New walking trail with free map, downloadable podcasts and web app.

Traumatic Histories: The Case of Jewish York

IPUP research into how traumatic pasts are represented in the public sphere, including a trail of York's Jewish history with free map, downloadable podcasts and web app.

Walking With the Romans: Daily Life in Eboracum‌‌

A new walking trail to explore how life was lived in Roman York, with free map, downloadable podcasts and web app.

Digital Heritage Trails

‌IPUP is working with heritage practitioners and digital media professionals to launch a series of walking trails across the city of York, with maps, an audio-guides, and a mobile apps.

York Minster Objects

‌IPUP interns’ work at York Minster, interpreting some of its 300,000 precious artefacts for the public.

Museum Gardens: Audiences and Interpretation

A collaborative project investigating the understanding and use of the museum gardens as a heritage space and the delivery of new visitor interpretation.

History of York Website

York Museum Trust's informative and accessible website with new web pages, trails, and apps researched and designed by IPUP interns. 

Tudor York

York in the Tudor period, includes a Tudor Walking Trail and insights into CJ Sansom's historical novel 'Sovereign', including reviews, fact sheets and articles on the book and aspects of Tudor history.