An exhibition is uncovering remarkable stories in the history of colonial law.
An AHRC research project has been investigating how access to the internet is filtered in public libraries.
Our latest image gallery offers a unique glimpse into post-WW2 domestic advice books.
An AHRC research project has been exploring how commonly-held perspectives on the First World War have largely been shaped in our schools.
AHRC research underpins a major new exhibition at the British Museum celebrating China’s Ming dynasty.
Being Human is a nine-day festival highlighting the richness and vitality of humanities research, and the full programme has now been published.
The AHRC and the British Academy have announced results of a survey highlighting the kind of issues facing researchers following doctoral study.
Digital Design weekend at V&A
This weekend will feature a series of events that celebrate contemporary digital art and design, including interactive installations, robotics, tinkering and inventive electronics, workshops, family activities, and demonstrations.
At the Crossroads of Empire
Ming: 50 years that changed China
Jekyll and Hyde thrills new generation
Visitors to the Cheltenham Literature Festival in October will be among the first to experience a cult horror story in a completely new way thanks to a creative project that builds on the latest bio-sensing technology.
Gateways to the First World War open day
Gateways to the First World War are holding an open day at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich; attend to find out more about the First World War at the start of the centenary period.
Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships Town Meeting
We are holding a town meeting for the Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships scheme 2014 call. We are currently seeking applications from non-HEI Organisations or consortia to become Collaborative Doctoral Partners.
Call for careers and training group members
The AHRC’s Research Careers and Training Advisory Group (RCTAG) is seeking new members.
A one-day public event exploring how theatre responded to the events of 1914-1918, and a rare opportunity to see performances of wartime plays.
Ordered Universe project shortlisted for THE Annual Award
The Ordered Universe Project, funded by the AHRC, has been shortlisted for the THE Annual Awards in the Research Project of the Year category.
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18 Sep 2014, Kursaal Oostende, Ostend, Belgium
Making European Film and Television Drama
18 Sep 2014, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2EU
Creative Citizens - the conference
18 Sep 2014, Sugar House Studios, 107 High Street, Stratford, London
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