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What is different about the jazz played by black British musicians? Where did it come from? And to what extent do those playing recognise it as an established category of jazz?
New ways of treating dementia have been developed through using Multi Sensory Environments.
Our latest image gallery looks at the ways in which we can work with and within the earth.
A landmark bill has been passed to end modern slavery and an AHRC-funded project is using the past to address the current issues.
Debates to be held as part of the AHRC’s anniversary activities were announced today (27th March). The theme of the series is ‘The Way We Live Now’ .
The Research in Film Awards are designed to showcase, reward and recognise the best of the short films produced as outputs or by-products of arts and humanities research.
Connected Communities Conference
A major conference will be taking place this summer as part of the Connected Communities programme’s ‘Festival Fortnight’.
Putting an end to modern slavery
Standing the test of time
A major AHRC project is collecting the religious works of the one of the most important poets of the Renaissance.
The AHRC Research in Film Awards
AHRC anniversary debates announced
REF 2014 highlights world-leading quality of UK arts and humanities research
REF 2014 demonstrated the world-leading quality of UK arts and humanities research. Information from REF submissions, impact case studies and our evidence base have been used to explore the role of our funding in delivering excellent research with impact.
Design in Business: The Scottish Design Summit 2015
Some of the world’s most innovative thinkers on design will share their experiences at this year’s Scottish Design Summit
The Impact Awards 2015
The Impact Awards are now open for entries and recognise outstanding contributions to facilitating the achievement of business, society and international impacts.
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24 Apr 2015, Leicester
Evelyn Waugh and his Circle - Reading and Editing The Complete Works
25 Apr 2015, Blackfriars Restaurant, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4XN
The Trolls of Nordic Folklore: a Medieval Lecture
29 Apr 2015, Cheltenham
Mal Dean: Jazz Art