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Horace Pippin: ‘I can never forget suffering’

Has any artist’s work been more profoundly shaped by the First World War than the African-American painter Horace Pippin’s?

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Ming: 50 years that changed China

Our latest film demonstrates how AHRC-funded research has underpinned a major exhibition exploring a golden age in China’s history.

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At the Crossroads of Empire

An exhibition is uncovering remarkable stories in the history of colonial law.

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Filtering the net

An AHRC research project has been investigating how access to the internet is filtered in public libraries.

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Arts and Humanities Festival: Underground

30/09/2014

The King’s Arts & Humanities Festival is back for a sixth year, offering dozens of free talks, workshops and performances exploring music, literature, philosophy, politics, history and religion and much more.

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News

What does an All-Age-Friendly city look like?

30/09/2014

Lego housing, digital dogs and on-demand buses, new report explores what an ‘All-Age-Friendly’ city could look like and finds it within our grasp.

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Tenth Anniversary consultative workshop

28/09/2014

We are inviting PGRs and ECRs to apply for a workshop exploring potential themes for anniversary events, focussing on design, visualisation, social media, branding and messaging.

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Horace Pippin: ‘I can never forget suffering’

30/09/2014

Has any artist’s work been more profoundly shaped by the First World War than the African-American painter Horace Pippin’s?

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Revisiting Romania: Dress and Identity

29/09/2014

Revisiting Romania explores how Romanian folk art has been used to express identity and nationhood in Romania in the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Ming: 50 years that changed China

25/09/2014

Our latest film demonstrates how AHRC-funded research has underpinned a major exhibition exploring a golden age in China’s history.

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News

Digital arts programme reveals final funded projects

30/09/2014

The final group of five projects to be supported by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts has been announced, bringing the total number backed by the programme to 53.

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Representing wrongdoing

28/09/2014

A major new resource explores the representation and reality of wrongdoing in Spain.

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Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships Town Meeting

25/09/2014

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.

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Upcoming events

04 Oct 2014, Cheltenham

Are you happy?

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04 Oct 2014, Library of Birmingham (Heritage Learning Space) & Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

Birmingham and the First World War - session for teachers

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04 Oct 2014, Cheltenham

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

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