Dr Richard Bramwell – a Lecturer in Communication and Media Studies at Loughborough University – reflects on what he’s learned moving beyond his PhD to become a full-time academic.
Read more about ECR interview: Making connections is key
“Without this project, I would never have been able to amass the data to make that jump between texts to thinking more about their contexts of production.”
Read more about ECR interview: Making global connections through Early Career Research
Dr Alinka Greasley talks about her life as an Early Career Researcher which she described as a valuable time, which brought unique opportunities, that helped her build a strong foundation for a successful future career.
Read more about ECR interview: Making the most of a unique opportunity
AHRC funded engagement centres have been supporting community groups to research how the war impacted on educational institutions. How did they cope and what was their contribution?
Read more about Education and impact of the First World War
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.
Read more about Edward Harcourt interview - AHRC's Delivery Plan
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.
Read more about Elaine Tierney - Teaching and Training Co-ordinator at Victoria and Albert Research Institute
Today (20 March 2019) we’re asked people across the UK to submit up to 150 words about the official arrival of spring. All entrants up until noon Friday, 22 March 2019, will go forward to be chosen for the eBook which will be available this summer. Submission for entries at www.ahrc.ukri.org/spring-diary has now closed.
Read more about Entries for our Spring Diary
In 2015, Dr Erica Harrison completed her Collaborative Doctoral Award at the University of Bristol, partnering with Czech Radio to study the Czechoslovak Government-in-Exile during the Second World War and their relationship with broadcasting.
Read more about Erica Harrison – Using a PhD in 'challenging environments'
A computer that can write sonnets has been making headlines, but an AHRC-funded project brought back to life a Victorian poetry machine that was a sensation in its day.
Read more about Eureka machine beats poetry-writing bot by nearly 200 years
A collaborative project is bringing to life an important London memorial
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