Our final 10th Anniversary Essay competition finalist and our overall winner, Pauline Rowe, remembers the books that were left behind.
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Alexandra Harris, a New Generation Thinkers winner in 2011, looks back to her AHRC-funded Doctoral studies at Oxford and reflects on the impact that AHRC has had on her career.
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An AHRC-funded project to digitise the handwritten manuscripts of Jane Austen allowed them to be viewed as a unified collection for the first time in more than 160 years.
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Gareth Davies, Director-General for Business and Science in the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, and Andrew Thompson, Chief Executive of the AHRC, discuss how academic research can inform better policy-making.
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A feature by Dr Nigel Hunt, at the University of Nottingham. Dr Hunt is a Researcher for the Centre for Hidden Histories.
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As we head in to the season of summer holidays we asked some of our New Generation Thinkers and AHRC theme fellows for the books that they’ll be packing in their suitcases.
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Over the next ten weeks we'll be delving into the passions and inspirations of this years New Generation Thinkers. This week we start with Leah Broad.
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AHRC scholar’s work informs new British Film Institute Silent Shakespeare DVD.
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In the second of our New Generation Thinker interviews Dr. Katherine Cooper delves into why she identifies with Storm Jameson and the thrill of discovering untold stories.
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Professor Ian Hargreaves reflects on his journey into understanding creative activism and why a book about the digital world is still useful.
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