A look at the life of Joan Whittington, post-war pioneer of the British Red Cross
A project seeks to equip the next generation of linguistics researchers with the skills to successfully engage with communities in which at least four different languages are used daily.
A recent session at the Cheltenham festival saw an author, a poet and a researcher explore the question of ‘translating China’
Art and propaganda come together in these striking and newly digitised posters from the Soviet era.
Dr Lydia Syson reflects on the impact her PhD has had on her career
Dan Pinchbeck received a research grant to research the concept of narrative in video games. Instead of publishing an academic paper: he made a game.
Six new networks funded by the AHRC will help shape the future of innovation in the video game industry
Communicating in superdiverse cities
Linguistics researchers will study public and private interactions in four of the UK’s cities which use multiple languages
Digital Transformations Amplifications Awards
The AHRC is pleased to invite proposals for projects to this Digital Transformations Amplification Awards Call.
Networks for the Video game industry
A story untold
Technology Strategy Board Data Exploration Call
The AHRC is collaborating with the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) to support a joint call for collaborative research and development proposals on Data Exploration as a part of the TSB’s ICT strategy.
International Placement Scheme
It's certainly true to say that travel broadens the mind, and for anyone undertaking research, the opportunity to explore internationally renowned archives is one not to be missed.
Mapping Career Desinations
Dan Pinchbeck on a future for video games
Policy Impact Skills for Historians
H&P's new short course, Policy Impact Skills for Historians, will start in January 2014 at King's College London. There are 5 AHRC-funded places for historians.
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09 Dec 2013, University College London
Using the BFI archive
09 Dec 2013, University Chapel, Glasgow
12 Dec 2013, British Academy,
10 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH
Tablets on Tablets: Reusable Mobile-Friendly Museum Resources on Ancient Mesopotamia