Understanding principled humanitarian action in the past, present and future, the latest film from the Arts and Humanities Research Council looks at how arts and humanities academics are working with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
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A film made to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Neuve Chapelle in the First World War.
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From retired trooper George in Dickens' Bleak House to the 'boy captain', Audley Lempriere, research is uncovering the softer side of the Victorian military man.
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In this month's image gallery we look at how the depiction of seizure-related illnesses has changed since the 19th Century.
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From the world of high fashion to the world of high-tech, Jenny Tillotson, with the help of the AHRC, is on the verge of realising the full potential of her research.
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A project set up a decade ago to explore the Scottish diaspora has had a host of unpredicted impacts
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Our latest image gallery looks at facial depiction from human remains.
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The CAER Heritage Project continues to go from strength to strength, and their latest offering is a stop-motion animation film made over the course of the 2015 Digging Caerau excavation.
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The first night of the symposium will be a livestreamed public conference entitled "Stubborn Realities, Shared Humanity: History in the Service of Humanitarian Action."
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Up to 25,000 British Muslims travel annually to Makkah to perform Hajj. Our new image gallery explores the great pilgrimage that returns Muslims to the birthplace of their faith.
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