Our latest film examines, in our 10th anniversary year, how a decade of AHRC funding has impacted on a research story than spans over 100 years.
Our first tenth anniversary case study looks at Jenny Woodley, one of the first researchers to benefit from the International Placement Scheme.
Our latest image gallery looks at an innovative project that marks the first use of spectral imaging with a nineteenth century artefact - the letters and notes of explorer and missionary Dr. David Livingstone.
An AHRC-funded doctoral student has been the first to benefit from being embedded in an innovative theatre company.
Today marks the launch of an interactive online timeline that charts the history of the AHRC, beginning in 1998 when the Arts and Humanities Research Board was established.
As the world prepares to mark 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, an international exhibition looking at how Germany has confronted the Holocaust is unveiled in Cape Town later this month.
Investment in people and engagement with the UK’s growing creative economy are key features of the AHRC’s report, The Impact of AHRC Research, 2013-2014. The report is published together alongside those of the other Research Councils.
Linguistic and Cultural Interchange: Policies and Practices
This workshop invites both local and international policy-makers, practitioners and leading experts to discuss the activities that local communities, institutions and universities undertake to manage and understand contact zones.
AHRC-funded historian brings Wolf Hall alive
AHRC-funded historian Kirsten Claiden-Yardley worked as a Production Researcher on the new BBC2 series.
What can the world learn from the way Germany confronted its Nazi past?
What is the value of history in policymaking?' report published
The report outlines ways in which historical perspectives and inter-cultural understanding can support and benefit policymaking in the UK.
Historical evolution of a landscape: The military territorialization of Asiago Plateau
A talk by Silvio Zenere as part of the School of History Research Seminar Series at the University of Kent.
Evelyn Waugh and his Circle
The conference celebrates Oxford University Press’ new edition of Waugh’s works.
Launch of AHRC’s tenth anniversary timeline
The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Project - 10 years of AHRC funded research
AHRC publishes report on the impact of research
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26 Jan 2015, Sallis Benney Theatre, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton
Brighton Fuse 2 Freelancer Research - The Results
04 Feb 2015, King’s College London
HERA ‘Uses of the Past’ Information Day
04 Feb 2015, The Repertory Theatre, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EP
RE for Real: A consultation on Religious Education