Read about how a fascinating repository of unique interviews about people's working lives in the twentieth century is bringing the past to life in Glasgow
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Read about how a Research Fellow has gained international recognition and generated thousands of pages of enthusiastic and practical debate not about what games are or do, but what they can be.
Read more about Dear Esther: An open letter for story telling in games
Read about Dickens’ shifting and conflicting perspectives on race and how they are due to be revealed in a forthcoming book
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Robert Burn's cultural status has overshadowed his achievements as a creative artist
Read more about Robert Burns, a victim of his own popularity?
A collaborative research project in Birmingham has succeeded in exposing the remarkable depth and richness of an 80-year period in the history of the city’s south-western suburbs
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Hadrian’s Wall is not just a monument but a ‘living wall’, suggests new research
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Continuing research reveals the huge impact of the Normans on the English language
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With the help of members of the public, researchers have been exploring medieval religious rituals
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A collaboration between researchers, a museum and games creators is providing an inspirational guide to an important tourist attraction.
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Should gay couples be considered the equal of their straight counterparts when it comes to setting up home and starting a family?
Read more about Behind Closed Doors