Argentina’s Billiken is the world’s longest-running children’s magazine. Named after the Billiken doll that was designed in the early 20th century and became enormously popular in the United States, the magazine has been published by Editorial Atlántida, in Buenos Aires, since November 1919.
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A session at the Cheltenham festival saw an author, a poet and a researcher explore the question of ‘translating China’
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Academics are collaborating with entrepreneurs through one of the AHRC’s Knowledge Exchange Hubs to develop exciting new products and services
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Read about a major international collaboration that's exploring one of the most important archaeological sites in the world
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The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is supporting 16 public engagement with research projects with grants of up to £10,000 to inspire public imagination in the Census.
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AHRC-funded research is highlighting the threat to many of the world’s languages.
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“It's been a steep learning curve,” says Professor Roey Sweet as she reflects back on her first year overseeing the research council’s diverse partnerships, including those with its Independent Research Organisations (IROs) and international research partners.
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Being a member of the Arts and Humanities Research Council's (AHRC) Peer Review College (PRC) is a “fascinating and rewarding” experience, says Professor Richard Berger, as the organisation invites the nomination of new members.
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The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) are concluding Doctoral Week with an in-depth look at their Doctoral Training Programme (DTP).
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On 7 July, Times Higher Education published an article by AHRC Executive Chair, Professor Andrew Thompson, reflecting on how universities are in a powerful position to help societies address history in a way that informs the present and shapes the future
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