Dr Elaine Tierney’s doctoral project, ‘Strategies for Celebration: Realising the Ideal Celebratory City in London and Paris, 1660-1775’, was fully funded by an AHRC collaborative doctoral award and jointly affiliated with the Art History Department at Sussex and the V&A’s Research Department.
A group of archaeologists and historians are setting out to 'bust the myths' surrounding 17th century 'witch bottles'
Funded through AHRC’s open call, Early Career Leadership Fellow Dr Samantha Walton from Bath Spa University, hopes to explore the role which creative writing – be it non-fiction, prose or poetry – plays in human-nature relations.
Cathy Ratcliff has worked in International Development for 28 years, and has just finished writing a briefing paper for the Scottish Parliament’s new Cross-Party Group on Russia after working for several charities.
Peter speaks about how his intellectual journey had progressed through undergraduate, masters and then PhD-level study.
Our new Delivery Plan will break new ground by establishing priorities that are flexible and thematic rather than disciplinary, and underline the organisation's role as a national voice for the arts and humanities.
People across England and Wales are being invited to share their own poetry about the places they live in and love as part of an ambitious plan to create a digital map of Poetry for England and Wales.
With the UK Space Agency have teamed up to launch a crowd-sourced history campaign, to showcase some of the fascinating memories and insights from this landmark moment.sjkdhsahd
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) are concluding Doctoral Week with an in-depth look at their Doctoral Training Programme (DTP).
Dr Alexandra Woodall talks about the benefits of starting a PhD later on in your career