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Researching Russia: The Rise and Fall of the Tsars

Rising in January 1547 and falling in 1917, this year marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution and the fall of Russian Tsars. Our New Generation Thinker and Russian specialist, Dr Victoria Donovan, tells us a little of her story: why she began studying Russia, who the first Russian Tsar was, and why the Russian royals met such a bitter end.

Hear, Land O'Cakes and Brither Scots: Celebrating Robert Burns

In celebration of the mighty Scottish poet, Robert Burns, we asked Kirsteen McCue, professor of Scottish Literature and Song Culture and Co-Director of the Centre for Robert Burns Studies at the University Glasgow, what Robert Burns means to her.

Interview: Professor Janice Carruthers

Professor Janice Carruthers, the AHRCs new Leadership Fellow in Modern Languages, talks about the vital role of Modern Languages and the importance of nurturing research.

Village Tales

Village Tales, winner of the AHRC Research in Film Innovation Award, is a participatory film made by four young women in rural India.

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.

The Caterthuns

The Doctoral Award winner, 'The Caterthuns' is a study of two prehistoric hill forts perched on the periphery of the Grampian Mountains in Angus, Scotland.