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Screen Archive South East

Published on: 25 September, 2015

AHRC funding has helped develop an influential film archive containing material from the South East of England which has had international impact. Further funding has been leveraged over a period of 14 years and totalling over £1 million from a variety of funding bodies.

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Research Career Paths - Dr Pollyanna Ruiz

Published on: 14 July, 2015

My PhD was funded by the AHRB in 2003. It examined two connected issues: firstly it looked at the way in which protest groups within coalitions such as the anti-globalisation movement and the anti–war movement communicated with each other; and, secondly, it looked at the way in which these communicative dynamics impacted upon their representation in the mainstream.

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Subjects and the Crown in Later Medieval England 1300-1450

Published on: 23 April, 2013

For a long time academics have debated over the evolution of later medieval state-formation in the quest to understand the origins of the modern political constitution. Dr Helen Lacey’s AHRC funded Fellowship project proposes an alternative model for examining pre-modern politics by focusing on the notion of subjecthood (which refers to the status or position of a subject person) , and therefore aims to develop a clearer picture of the  ways in which people experienced royal governance.

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