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Read, Watch and Listen

Black or white

Michael Jackson's nuanced relationship with his skin colour is often overlooked. A researcher argues that he used his stage performances and videos to critique racist constructions of blackness.

Blooming marvellous

How an international exhibition changed our understanding of a major cultural figure.

Body and Mind

Susan Aldworth, “Elisabeth”, 2012, monotype. Drawing inspiration from new medical imaging technologies, some contemporary artists have deepened our understanding of the relation between neurology, the body, and the experience of illness by imagining how seizures function in all three arenas. The artist Susan Aldworth merges images of nerve action in the brain with the shapes of the human skeletal form and the female reproductive system to suggest the extensive anxieties that often accompany neurological disease. © Susan Aldworth. Image courtesy of the artist and GV Art gallery, London.

Books for Christmas 2017

We've asked some our leading researchers to give their recommendations for winter reading.  So if you’re after something to educate, inspire or otherwise capture your imagination then look no further

Books for Christmas: Part 1

We asked our New Generation Thinkers and Theme Fellows to help with those Christmas lists by telling us which books they are looking forward to reading over the Christmas period.

Books for Christmas: Part 2

In part 2 our Theme Leadership Fellows tell us which books they are looking forward to over the festive season.

Brighton Fuse

The AHRC has produced four short animations about the Brighton Fuse Report.