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.
Our latest film investigates the Lyminge Archaeological Project – an ambitious programme of archaeology taking place on the village green of Lyminge in Kent.
Our latest feature article looks at what social media tells us about contemporary literature and reading habits.
Our latest image gallery examines the emergence of computer art and its connections with contemporary digital practices.
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.
A new AHRC publication presents and celebrates the richness and diversity of research into World War One.
We are running two joint calls with Cheltenham Festivals, seeking applications from researchers at any stage of their careers, and resulting in ten events across the festivals.
New appointments to AHRC Council
Greg Clark, Minister for Universities and Science, has appointed four new members, to the AHRC’s governing body, the Council.
International Fellowship Showcase (London)
The AHRC and ESRC are hosting two events to showcase opportunities through our International Placement Scheme (IPS).
Humanising the past
Launch of WW1 Centenary Hub
A First World War Centenary hub has been launched today on Historypin.
Marriage Civil Partnerships and Gay Rights
This panel discussion brings historical and legal scholars into dialogue with contemporary controversies over the ‘marriage questions’ of the twenty first century.
AHRC / BBC workshop on Shakespeare
Engaging with public policy workshop
The workshop will provide an opportunity to learn about engaging with publicy policy in the arts and humanities.
First Professor in Residence at The London Jazz Festival
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.
Is Silver Surfing the Solution for Social Isolation?
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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27 Oct 2014, University of Nottingham
Workshop: Mixed Reality Game Design
27 Oct 2014, Washington DC, USA
Workshop on Big Humanities Data - Call for Papers
28 Oct 2014, City University, London
Connecting Epistemologies: Methods and Early Career Researchers in the Connected Communities Programme