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.
Read more about The (Re)Imagined Book
Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) is a network of national funding agencies committed to leading and developing funding opportunities for humanities researchers in Europe. Since its inception it has grown from 14 to 26 national agencies
Read more about Ten years of UK participation in HERA Joint Research Programmes
Inspired by the FBI’s list, a collaborative research project at a specialist museum is using crowd-sourcing to enhance its own collection and inspire other museums
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Ahead of the opening of a new Spanish Flu Exhibition at the Florence Nightingale Museum, we spoke to Hannah Mawdsley, co-curator of the exhibition, about how they’re telling the story of Spanish flu and why its stories are far too often forgotten.
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How a cutting-edge project used Twitter to gauge the changing emotions of last year’s Olympic Games.
Read more about Taking the pulse of the planet
The online Atlas of Hillforts can help you turn your Christmas walks into more than just an opportunity to burn off some pudding.
Read more about Take the high path: Top 10 hillforts for a Christmas walk
The Fashion, Innovation, Research and Enterprise (FIREup) project aims to show what methods can best engage those in the fast-moving designer fashion sector, and encourage them to work with academics.
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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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A major AHRC project is collecting the religious works of the one of the most important poets of the Renaissance.
Read more about Standing the test of time