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Read, Watch and Listen

Being Human Festival

Being Human is the UK’s only national festival dedicated to demonstrating the breadth, diversity and vitality of the humanities.

Neolithic Stepping Stones

An AHRC project has revealed how Neolithic settlers travelled across Britain’s western seaways.

Selecting excellence

For over a decade, the Peer Review College has helped ensure that the best research proposals are those that receive funding. We talked to three of the PRC’s longest-serving members about the work of the College.

Glasgow's shooting star

Our latest feature article is about a project investigating one of Glasgow's finest creative talents - architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Intellectual Capitol

Our first tenth anniversary case study looks at Jenny Woodley, one of the first researchers to benefit from the International Placement Scheme.

Translation Games

The interdisciplinary project Translation Games explores the theory and practice of translation within literature and the fine arts via public workshops, exhibitions and rule-based games.

Immersed in Punchdrunk

An AHRC-funded doctoral student has been the first to benefit from being embedded in an innovative theatre company.

Italian Academies

Our latest feature looks at a project cataloguing books which were published by Italian Academies from the 16th century onwards, and which have been deposited at the British Library.

David Livingstone’s 1871 Field Diary

A gallery looking at a project that marks the first use of spectral imaging with a nineteenth century artefact - the letters and notes of explorer and missionary Dr. David Livingstone.


Design in the Archives

A gallery bringing together a unique collection of images featuring ornamental designs for textiles and wallpapers from the 19th Century.

Arts and Humanities in Video Games

This short film looks at the exciting and increasing partnerships between arts and humanities researchers and the video games industry.

Whose Remembrance?

A research project tells the largely forgotten story of the contribution of soldiers from Britain’s former colonies in the two world wars