An AHRC-funded project has been using satellite imagery to trace the evolution of the world’s first cities.
Researchers have been using the rules of rhyme to understand popular medieval romance texts and recreate them in authentic musical form.
Our latest feature looks at how British sculptors rose to the challenge of commemorating the fallen of the First World War.
Our latest image gallery looks at the marketing of oral contraceptives in Britain from 1961 to 1969.
We are marking our tenth anniversary through activities designed to showcase the achievements of the arts and humanities research community over the last decade.
This short film looks at the exciting and increasing partnerships between arts and humanities researchers and the video games industry.
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.
HEI proposals sought for national debates
Arts and Humanities in Video Games
First national humanities festival launches
The UK’s first national humanities festival launched at the weekend. Being Human includes more than 100 free-to-attend events across the UK, and will run from 15-23 November 2014.
Rediscovering the first cities
Book on Scottish towns wins prestigious book award
An exhaustive piece of academic research has beaten off stiff competition from an array of new and established names in contemporary Scottish literature to claim the 2014 Saltire Book of the Year Award.
International Placement Scheme: Shanghai Theatre Academy
Exciting opportunity for early career researchers, post-doctoral research assistants and AHRC-funded doctoral students to undertake a funded fellowship at the Shanghai Theatre Academy, as part of the International Placement Scheme.
How to develop your independent profile in and outside academia? #vitaehangout
Vitae are hosting a Google Hangout for postdoctoral researchers dedicated to self-promotion, pitching ideas, networking and developing an independent profile inside or outside academia.
Rules of rhyme and Middle English verse
AHRC and Cheltenham Festivals announce new call
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27 Nov 2014, Lightbox Studios, 31 Rutland Street, Leicester, LE1 1RE
Affective Digital Histories: Recreating De-Industrialised Places from the 1970s to the Present
28 Nov 2014, University of Warwick
Early Career Researchers and AHRC Peer Review College members: Languages and Linguistics subject areas
29 Nov 2014, Library of Birmingham (Brainbox)