Unearthing Elephant, which questions the imminent demolition and regeneration of Elephant & Castle shopping centre won the Doctoral Award or Early Career Film category at this year’s Research in Film Awards.
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The rise of robots is undoubtedly a hot topic and the focus of this year's Best Research Film of the Year winner. Find out more about this prize-winning film that poses a very serious but provocative question on robotics and pain.
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The BBC’s Black and British season marks an ever-growing appreciation of the need for popular history that reflects the UK’s diverse population
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A project is bringing together researchers from the humanities and the sciences to examine a potentially world-changing new area of study.
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Professor Gary Lock from the University of Oxford tells us more about researching the 4,147 hillforts across Britian and Ireland
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Hillforts have long been known to be essential to our understanding of the Iron Age – and yet until this summer there was no good dataset available for study.
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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.
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Michael Jackson's nuanced relationship with his skin colour is often overlooked. A researcher argues that he used his stage performances and videos to critique racist constructions of blackness.
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How an international exhibition changed our understanding of a major cultural figure.
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We've asked some our leading researchers to give their recommendations for winter reading. So if you’re after something to educate, inspire or otherwise capture your imagination then look no further
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