The Creative Industries Clusters (CIC) programme is the right way to boost the sector, according to Lord Finsbury, the man who led the 1998 Government taskforce that first identified the economic value of the creative industries.
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Our fourth 10th Anniversary Essay Competition finalist Michael Romyn looks at the Challenge of Change.
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The Doctoral Award winner, 'The Caterthuns' is a study of two prehistoric hill forts perched on the periphery of the Grampian Mountains in Angus, Scotland.
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From brooding Rochester and cruel John Reed to brutish Heathcliff, the Brontës’ male characters are best known for their flaws. But where did their vision of imperfect masculinity originate? The ideal Victorian gentleman exhibited characteristics of honour and moral uprightness – not necessarily immediately obvious in the Brontës’ leading male figures.
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Our final 10th Anniversary Essay competition finalist and our overall winner, Pauline Rowe, remembers the books that were left behind.
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New discoveries in the Arctic tell us about historic responses to climate change.
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During the 1990s, many poor women in Peru were forcibly sterilised. Ahead of the presidential election, artists are helping campaigners find justice.
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Emphasising the fundamental role of arts and humanities research in the global challenges of our time.
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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.
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Our second 10th Anniversary Essay Competition Finalist, Kevan Manwaring, looks at the continuing popularity of the book.
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