What is heritage and who makes it? Winner of the Best Research Film of the Year, 'You Can't Move History' seeks to challenge some of our easy assumptions.
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Max Thurlow and AWA talk about the making of their award winning film.
Read more about Research in Film Award Winners: AWA: Zimbabwe's Rap Queen
A major new resource explores the representation and reality of wrongdoing in Spain.
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In 1918 a flu pandemic swept across the world lasting two years from January 1918 - December 1920.
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To mark the 500th anniversary of the start of the Reformation, we spoke to Professor of Modern History Alexandra Walsham on her project to stimulate wider interest in this important historical event.
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Throughout October, communities around the country have been celebrating the history and achievements of black people in the UK as part of ‘Black History Month.’
Read more about Remembering the contribution of black soldiers in World War One
The director of Black Snow, Stephen Linstead, explains why the men and women who have died in the course of their work, including those from accidents and disasters, should be commemorated on a special day.
Read more about Reframing history: Commemorating one of the world's biggest industrial disasters
An AHRC-funded project has been using satellite imagery to trace the evolution of the world’s first cities.
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Read more about Recognition, justice and development: AHRC networks support UN's International Decade for People of African Descent
We asked AHRC funded PhD student Becky Lawton to tell us about her involvement with the major new exhibition at the British Library on the Anglo-Saxon.
Read more about Rebecca Lawton on 'Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: Art, Word, War'