A major research project is on course to create the largest, most detailed and most accurate database of the UK's family surnames.
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One of the most famous works in Italian Literature has finally been translated into English thanks to AHRC funding.
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Most people associate them with the Penal Laws. Some don’t notice them at all. But an AHRC-funded project has shown that Catholic Mass Rocks are an important emblem of Irish Catholic history.
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It’s been over a year since 'Boaty McBoatface' first made an appearance across social media, but oddly-named ships are not just a phenomenon of twenty-first-century social media. Professor Craig Lambert, expert in historical shipping, tells us more.
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In this interesting aside, we interview NGTs past and present. This is the 1st of these.
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In the 2nd of our Interviews with NGTs, we continue our discussions into all things NGT.
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New research, led by the University of Leeds, is exploring how to link 360-degree photography of the site to relevant archive material such as films, photographs, diaries, news footage and oral testimonies, to create an interactive and immersive virtual environment.
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The BBC's Blue Planet II has grabbed the attention of television audiences once again. The series' remarkable success is down to its ability to tap directly into our 21st century sensibilities, says Peter Coates, University of Bristol.
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Opinions on housing are many and often contradictory. We spoke to Research Lead Ken Gibb about how the Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence hopes to make sense of it all
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Black musicians have had a profound effect on British popular culture since the 1960s. But of all the genres that have developed over the decades – from ska and British reggae, to jungle – it's the new sound of grime that has the power to be the most significant yet, according to Mykaell Riley.
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