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Open World Research Initiative (OWRI)

04-Jun-2015 - AHRC is pleased to announce details of its major new funding initiative for modern languages the Open World Research Initiative OWRI OWRI

Open World Research Initiative (OWRI)

18-May-2017 - As part of The Open World Research Initiative OWRI the AHRC has invested £16 million in four major research programmes that will help

Open World Research Initiative Launch

21-May-2015 - the Open World Research Initiative OWRI The launch will take place on the 12th May 2014 10 30 17 30 at etc venues in Paddington London

Open World Research Initiative Launched

10-Jun-2014 - of its major new funding initiative aimed to enhance the UK’s research strengths in this area the Open World Research Initiative The initiative

Open World Research Initiative launched

21-Mar-2016 - in communicating with other people in our day to day lives Under the Open World Research Initiative OWRI the AHRC is investing in four major

 Open World Research Initiative (OWRI) FAQs (PDF 92KB)

www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/faq/open-world-research-initiative-owri-faqs

OWRI FAQs pdf

 Open World Research Initiative (OWRI) Advisory Board (PDF 54KB)

www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/panels-members-and-awards/open-world-research-initiative-owri-advisory-board

Open World Research Initiative OWRI Advisory Board Chair Professor Michael Worton Members Professor James Dickins Professor of Arabic;

 OWRI December 2015 meeting (XLSX 26KB)

www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/panels-members-and-awards/owri-december-2015-meeting

Open World Research Initiative OWRI December 2015 meeting xlsx

Open World Research Initiative Expression of Interest panel December 2014

06-Nov-2015 - Meeting date 4th December 2014 Chair Professor Michael Worton Independent Researcher Dr Helena Buffery University College Cork

Books in translation: 7 magnificent reads for the summer holidays

15-Aug-2017 - Research Initiative OWRI to put forwards their recommendations of some of their favourite translated literature Past statistics have shown