Stacey Kennedy’s AHRC-funded doctoral research explores the depth and vibrancy of the African contemporary art scene. It looks specifically at the women who work in this field, as curators, art fair directors, gallery owners or managers, art practitioners, art historians and scholars.
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This online gallery features images from the world’s first archive of murals focused on modern slavery and human trafficking. The archive was launched in 2018 as part of the AHRC-funded, Antislavery Usable Past project which is embedding the lessons of past antislavery movements into the contemporary movement to end global slavery
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See the gallery below which shows samples from the exhibit entitled "Beyond the Battlefields: Käthe Buchler's Photographs of Germany in the Great War".
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The Makeright project equips prisoners with the skills, experience, and confidence to assist in their rehabilitation and transition into life outside of prison.
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An exhibition exploring the life and work of one of Britain’s best-loved children’s authors is being enhanced by an AHRC Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).
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EqUip: EU-India Platform for the Social Science and Humanities – is the first research collaboration platform between India and the EU specifically dedicated to Social Science and Humanities.
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Researchers at the University of Leeds are working on a project to find out what the 60 parks of Leeds mean to local people.
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Author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created his famous detective while working in the city of Portsmouth, and 12 years ago world-renowned scholar Richard Lancelyn Green bequeathed a unique collection of 59,000 artefacts to the council.
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BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have unveiled the 10 academics who will be turning their research into television and radio programmes on the BBC.
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