The Centre for War, Propaganda and Society (School of History, University of Kent) and Gateways to the First World War (AHRC-funded World War One Engagement Centre) are hosting a conference for PhD students and Early Career Researchers in the Commenwealth War Graves Commission's centenary year to explore its work and legacies.
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The AHRC today announced that Professor Mark Llewellyn has decided to leave the AHRC at the end of April
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GW4 Alliance meet to discuss vision and strategy for AHRC-funded Bridging the Gap project
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China and the Creative Economy added to Extended Research Networking Highlight Notice for International Development
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Dr Luke Gartlan, Senior Lecturer at the University of St Andrews, is to be awarded the prestigious Kreiner Award at the Hosei University Research Centre for Japanese Studies (HIJAS), in Tokyo.
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A major new exhibition at the British Museum on the artist Katsushika Hokusai is underpinned by AHRC funded research
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University of York announce app and poetry to help improve mobility and well-being for the elderly
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Principal co-investigator of AHRC-funded Magna Carta Project awarded MBE
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AHRCs first ever Creative Economy Champion, Professor Andrew Chitty, will start in this new role from January 2017
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Plans for a new round of Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs) have been launched today by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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