Jacob Downs is researching the popularity of headphones for his AHRC-funded PhD in the Department of Music at the University of Sheffield.
Read more about Headphones and the supporting role in they play in our lives
This week we’re starting with the Doctoral Award or Early Career Film, which showcases the rich and diverse research produced as a result of AHRC funding.
Read more about RIFA 2018 - Doctoral Award or Early Career Film category
Collaboration is key to designing research projects with real impact, as an AHRC-funded project is demonstrating. The four-year Curious Travellers project has been looking into travel into Wales and Scotland in the eighteenth century, focusing on the writer Thomas Pennant.
Read more about Travelling back in time to 18th century travel writing
At about this time two years ago, Dr Joanne Paul was doing the same thing many early career researchers are doing now: putting the finishing touches to an application for the AHRC/BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers Scheme in the hope of combining her background in academia with new skills and experiences, working in radio and TV.
Read more about Becoming a broadcaster: Interview with New Generation Thinker Dr Joanne Paul
Ahead of the opening of a new Spanish Flu Exhibition at the Florence Nightingale Museum, we spoke to Hannah Mawdsley, co-curator of the exhibition, about how they’re telling the story of Spanish flu and why its stories are far too often forgotten.
Read more about Telling the story of Spanish flu
The winners of the inaugural Health Humanities Medal were announced yesterday during a parliamentary reception to celebrate their achievements
Read more about Showcasing the arts and humanities as a route towards better health
Roseanne Watt talks to the AHRC about winning the Edwin Morgan Poetry prize in August.
Read more about AHRC PhD student wins prestigious poetry prize
These nominees all illustrate the scale and international scope of work being led by researchers in the UK.
Read more about Spotlight on: the Best International Research award
Set in London's Bedlam asylum, this Restoration-era version will feature singing and dancing that takes the famous Scottish play into “semi-operatic” territory, according to Richard Schoch, from Queen's University, Belfast.
Read more about Bringing Macbeth to Bedlam asylum
Discover more about the five projects that have been shortlisted for the ‘Inspiration Award’ as part of the AHRC and Wellcome Trust’s Health Humanities Medal 2018.
Read more about Spotlight on: Inspiration Award nominations