Old data is being used in new ways, to question the effectiveness of prison.
The interdisciplinary project Translation Games explores the theory and practice of translation within literature and the fine arts
A novel by an AHRC-funded PhD student and International Placement Scheme award-holder is winning prizes and garnering public and critical acclaim.
Marking the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, our new film uncovers how recent research is shaping our understanding of this famous document.
The report argues that inequality has become essential to understanding contemporary British society
“Still in Translation” is a poetic and artistic translation game, unveiled for the first time in the AHRC’s online Image Gallery.
The Connected Communities Festival returns with a fortnight of events across the country.
Culture, Creativity and the Academy
The timely theme for this year’s TCCE conference is Culture, Creativity and the Academy: Exploring the New Normal.
Online Orchestra Live
A world premiere performance of live musicians across venues in Truro, Mullion and Isles of Scilly.
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award scheme 10th Anniversary Event
As part of its 10th Anniversary, the AHRC would like to invite expressions of interest to attend an event to celebrate 10 years of Collaborative Doctoral Award Studentships.
RCUK event highlights ground-breaking and innovative research
Today (2nd July 2015), more than 300 business leaders, entrepreneurs, world-leading researchers, parliamentarians and policymakers will gather for an exciting and interactive showcase event
Parliament in the Making - St Stephen’s Chapel Exhibition
An exhibition about St Stephen’s Chapel will be displayed in Westminster Hall between July and November 2015.
PaCCS Conflict Theme – 2 Funding Calls
The Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research (PaCCS) is running two calls for research proposals under its Conflict theme.
Report on inequality and culture published
Metaphor Map to give bird’s eye view on metaphorical usage over the centuries
Researchers have just completed a three-year-long project which traces metaphor over the entire history of the English language, creating the first ever Metaphor Map resource which contains the thousands of metaphorical connections.
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11 Jul 2015, Pillar Room, Town Hall, Cheltenham
Craft Secrets of the 18th Century Musician
12 Jul 2015, Truro Cathedral
14 Jul 2015, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Milton Court
Culture, Creativity and the Academy - Exploring the New Normal