A new app allows visitors to Florence to explore the city's past using modern technology.
The AHRC's latest image gallery reveals how objects can be manuscripts through the English archaeological collections of General Pitt-Rivers.
An AHRC-funded network is exploring an under-researched topic - pacifism and anti-militarism during and after the First World War
A research project tells the largely forgotten story of the contribution of soldiers from Britain’s former colonies in the two world wars
The festival featured performances, exhibitions, talks, music, bazaars, workshops, film screenings, games, discussions, pop-up events and more.
We are pleased to announce out strand of events at this year’s The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival.
The work of arts and cultural organisations is life-enhancing and delivers positive effects on health, wellbeing and the strength of communities.
Creating Sustainable Innovation through Design for Behaviour Change: Results Workshop
Design for behaviour change seeks consciously to stimulate ethical and sustainable behaviour and is seen as a potent way to tackle some of the biggest problems in the world around us.
The Academic Book of the Future
A research project will explore the future of the academic books in the context of open access publishing and digital change.
Birmingham and the First World War - session for teachers
A free workshop for teachers to explore the collections of Birmingham Archives & Heritage and Birmingham Museums Trust.
AHRC Appoints New Advisory Board Members
The AHRC announces the appointment of four new members to the AHRC Advisory Board.
Voices of the First World War - creative writing, conflict and reconciliation
Voices of the First World War is a creative writing workshop for adults in Birmingham.
Creative Citizens - the conference
The Creative Citizens Conference brings together speakers from all over the world to dig deep into acts of everyday creativity. The event focuses on the ways that digital communications can drive and nurture creativity in communities.
Music industry must change definition of talent
Millions of aspiring musicians are being denied the chance to develop careers in the creative industries because companies, colleges and the media haven’t evolved their understanding of talent for the digital age, according to a new report.
Poetry and conflict with Beatfreaks
Poetry writing workshop for young people aged 14-25
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04 Sep 2014, The University of Roehampton
Conference: The Story of Memory. New Perspectives on the Relationship between Storytelling and Memory in the 21st Century
05 Sep 2014, Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Lenton Road, Nottingham
RIOT 1831 @ Nottingham Castle – Open Day
06 Sep 2014, Gustave Tuck lecture theatre, University College London
Science and Literature Festival with Ian McEwan: Memory in the twenty-first century