Here we gain a glimpse of commercial photographic practice from approx.1850-1900, with a visual exposition of the British seaside as represented through the refracted lens of the beach photographer.
This is the latest in our specially commissioned series which celebrates the AHRC’s 10th anniversary. This film looks back to the year 2007 and the Stonehenge Riverside Project.
Dr Liam Harte explains how his research into the Irish in Britain became the basis for a new play written and directed by Martin Lynch.
Learn about the reality of Reserved Occupations during WW2 and how masculinities were challenged
Nature lovers around the UK are being called on to help scientists track orchid flowering times as they bloom this spring and summer.
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.
Our latest image gallery looks at the ways in which we can work with and within the earth.
Connected Communities Conference
A major conference will be taking place this summer as part of the Connected Communities programme’s ‘Festival Fortnight’.
Broadcasters of the future announced
Image Gallery: Beyond the Sea
Dalit Literature and / in Translation
An international conference at the British Centre for Literary Translation at University of East Anglia on Dalits (Untouchables).
REACT projects propelled beyond prototype
Three collaborations between University of Bristol researchers and creative businesses have been awarded acceleration funding to take their ground-breaking ideas to market.
Go orchid spotting to help scientists map climate change impact
Festival of Nature Wild Weekend
The Festival of Nature returns to Bristol, taking centre stage at this year's European Green Capital celebrations.
Professor Rylance to leave AHRC after six years as CEO
The AHRC today announced that Professor Rick Rylance will be stepping down from his role as CEO of the AHRC
Improving access to music for people using hearing aids
A collaborative project is investigating how music listening experiences are affected by deafness, hearing impairments and the use of hearing aids.
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26 May 2015, St James’s Church, Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LL
Women Bishops – What difference does it make?
26 May 2015, St Davids Cathedral, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
Lutes and Ukes - St Davids Cathedral Festival
03 Jun 2015, Wilton's Italian Church, Salisbury
The Masque of Moments