This exhibition focuses on the amateur photographer Käthe Buchler, whose work forms one of the featured collections of the German Photographic Museum in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony. This is the first time that her work has been displayed outside Germany.
Read more about Beyond the Battlefields: Käthe Buchler's Photographs of Germany in the Great War
As part an AHRC funded Leadership Fellows Award, Performing Landscapes: Mountains, we are delighted to invite proposals for papers, artefacts, panels, workshops, readings and performative presentations for this inaugural Performing Mountains Symposium.
Read more about Performing Mountains An international symposium on Mountain Culture: Call for Papers
Find out more about the five films shortlisted for this year's special category, the International Development Award.
Read more about Spotlight On...the new category for RIFA 2017: The International Development Award
The launch of Land Lines research into more than 200 years of nature writing
Read more about Finding the UK's favourite nature book
Film has the power to represent voices that are often powerless or forgotten. The five films listed here provide, in different ways, a portrayal of these diverse stories and viewpoints.
Read more about Spotlight on...the shortlist for the Best Doctoral Award or Early Career Film
The Centre draws together internationally renowned experts across a diverse range of fields, to provide a leading voice in the UK on housing issues.
Read more about UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence announces major new projects at London event
Read more about Appointments to the Arts and Humanities Research Council of UK Research and Innovation
An AHRC project has been shortlisted for the 2017 Newton Prize, an annual £1 million fund awarded for the best research or innovation that promotes the economic development and social welfare of developing countries.
Read more about AHRC project shortlisted for prestigious Newton Prize
A new report, Exploring Mental Health and Wellbeing, published today by the Arts and Humanities Research Council highlights the important role that arts and humanities based research can play in helping to address complex issues around mental health.
Read more about AHRC releases new report about arts and humanities research on mental health
A collection of must-see productions that shine a light on important topics and inspire important questions from both sociological and psychological points of view.
Read more about Introducing...the shortlist for the Best Research Film of the Year