The Creative Economy showcase is set to hear about a collaborative project that’s helping audiences engage with contemporary news through murders committed 125 years ago.
A team of AHRC-funded researchers, led by Professor Roberta Gilchrist of Reading University, has re-evaluated the history of Glastonbury Abbey and its environs and disentangled the rich but not always accurate myth from historical reality.
Digitisation is bringing priceless resources to the desktops of scholars around the world
AHRC-funded films wins Best Documentary at star-studded event
The AHRC’s Creative Economy event will be live streamed onto the AHRC website on March 12th.
The film has been made to coincide with the renaming of the AHRC’s Fellowships Scheme which is to be retitled the ‘Leadership Fellows’ scheme.
This Heritage Plus call is designed to generate new, research-based knowledge to promote the sustainable use and management of cultural heritage
Meet the future of news
The Public Library Project
In this second event of Common Senses, the cultural researcher Marcell Mars will explore the significance of documentary heritage, the need to preserve it and to maintain universal access to it.
European cultural heritage funding available
Creative Economy live streaming
Why is research leadership important?
JPI Cultural Heritage - Heritage Plus Call
New funding opportunity for transnational proposals in the area of cultural heritage
Mackintosh Architecture - A New Study
In July 2014 The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, will launch a major new online resource: Mackintosh Architecture: Context, Making and Meaning.
Fellowships Scheme to be renamed
The Fellowships Scheme will be renamed the ‘Leadership Fellows’ scheme. We will also be issuing updated guidance which emphasises the need for applicants to give equal consideration to both leadership and research.
Translating Cultures Conference
A conference on the 'Translating Cultures' theme will be held at Senate House, University of London, on 28th and 29th March 2014. Speakers include Susan Bassnett and Anthony Pym.
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12 Mar 2014, King’s Place Conference Centre, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
The AHRC Creative Economy Showcase 2014
13 Mar 2014, University of Manchester (Chancellors Conference Centre)
Post-Graduate Conference: New Research in Language-Based Area Studies
21 Mar 2014, Radcliffe Humanities Building, Oxford
Influencing Policy for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences researchers