In its first year, the AHRC-funded Living with Monuments project has made a critical discovery that may explain the origins of the world-famous Neolithic henge monument at Avebury.
Read more about Squaring the Circle? New discoveries by the Living with Monuments project.
Discover more about the five academics that have been shortlisted for the Health Humanities Medal ‘Leadership Award’
Read more about Spotlight on: the Leadership Award
This week we throw the spotlight on the five projects and lead researchers that have been nominated for the best research category as part of the Arts & Humanities Research Council and Wellcome Trust’s Health Humanities Medal 2018.
Read more about Spotlight on: the Best Research award nominations
These nominees all illustrate the scale and international scope of work being led by researchers in the UK.
Read more about Spotlight on: the Best International Research award
Discover more about the five projects that have been shortlisted for the ‘Inspiration Award’ as part of the AHRC and Wellcome Trust’s Health Humanities Medal 2018.
Read more about Spotlight on: Inspiration Award nominations
The arts and humanities can be a route towards better health - as these remarkable projects show.
Read more about Spotlight on: Best doctoral or early career research nominations
Read more about Spotlight on...the Inspiration Award (public category)
Why mending is much more than making do
Read more about Small is beautiful
The winners of the inaugural Health Humanities Medal were announced yesterday during a parliamentary reception to celebrate their achievements
Read more about Showcasing the arts and humanities as a route towards better health
It’s been over a year since 'Boaty McBoatface' first made an appearance across social media, but oddly-named ships are not just a phenomenon of twenty-first-century social media. Professor Craig Lambert, expert in historical shipping, tells us more.
Read more about Ship-Shape and Boaty Fashion