Our final 10th Anniversary Essay competition finalist and our overall winner, Pauline Rowe, remembers the books that were left behind.
Read more about The Book As We Have Known It
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.
Read more about Authoring Success
Our fourth 10th Anniversary Essay Competition finalist Michael Romyn looks at the Challenge of Change.
Read more about The Challenge of Change: A Fairer Future
From Porphyry's fragments to the codex of the future, our next 10th Anniversary Essay finalist, Jenny Messenger, explores the future of the book
Read more about Burning Digital
Our second 10th Anniversary Essay Competition Finalist, Kevan Manwaring, looks at the continuing popularity of the book.
Read more about The (Re)Imagined Book
All this week we will be showcasing the finalists of the AHRC 10th Anniversary Essay competition. In the first essay Catherine Love looks at emotion in archival research.
Read more about The Active Archive
Professor Tony Howard of University of Warwick initiated this project to bridge the gap in understanding of what black and Asian artists have achieved in Shakespeare in the UK.
Read more about Black and Asian Shakespeare
Researchers are helping to develop an app for anyone interested in dance, one that they think will have application for other art forms too
Read more about Let's Dance
A two volume encyclopaedia of Shakespeare's language will look at individual words and expressions and the patterns of his words.
Read more about Shakespeare's Language
In the run up to the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, The AHRC CEO, Andrew Thompson, reflects on how research is ensuring our knowledge of the bard is constantly updated.
Read more about 400 years of the Bard