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Humanising the past

A Northern Irish theatre company is showing how theatre can humanise the past and hold up a different lens to what we think we know.

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The Lyminge Archaeological Project

Our latest film investigates the Lyminge Archaeological Project – an ambitious programme of archaeology taking place on the village green of Lyminge in Kent.

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Modern readers

Our latest feature article looks at what social media tells us about contemporary literature and reading habits.

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A History of Digital Art

Our latest image gallery examines the emergence of computer art and its connections with contemporary digital practices.

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New appointments to AHRC Council

22/10/2014

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Greg Clark, Minister for Universities and Science, has appointed four new members, to the AHRC’s governing body, the Council.

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International Fellowship Showcase (London)

21/10/2014

The AHRC and ESRC are hosting two events to showcase opportunities through our International Placement Scheme (IPS).

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Humanising the past

20/10/2014

A Northern Irish theatre company is showing how theatre can humanise the past and hold up a different lens to what we think we know.

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Launch of WW1 Centenary Hub

21/10/2014

A First World War Centenary hub has been launched today on Historypin.

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Marriage Civil Partnerships and Gay Rights

20/10/2014

This panel discussion brings historical and legal scholars into dialogue with contemporary controversies over the ‘marriage questions’ of the twenty first century.

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Funding Opportunity

AHRC / BBC workshop on Shakespeare

20/10/2014

We are collaborating with the BBC on a seminar for BBC commissioning and editorial staff with arts and humanities researchers specialising or with interests in Shakespeare.

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Engaging with public policy workshop

21/10/2014

The workshop will provide an opportunity to learn about engaging with publicy policy in the arts and humanities.

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First Professor in Residence at The London Jazz Festival

20/10/2014

Professor George McKay, Leadership Fellow for the Connected Communities programme, is the first academic ever to be appointed ‘Professor in Residence’ at a jazz festival.

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Is Silver Surfing the Solution for Social Isolation?

20/10/2014

The combination of experts from leading charities, cultural institutions and researchers including AgeUK, Tate and London College of Communication, will provide a rich debate.

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Upcoming events

27 Oct 2014, University of Nottingham

Workshop: Mixed Reality Game Design

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27 Oct 2014, Washington DC, USA

Workshop on Big Humanities Data - Call for Papers

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28 Oct 2014, City University, London

Connecting Epistemologies: Methods and Early Career Researchers in the Connected Communities Programme

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