See the gallery below which shows samples from the exhibit entitled "Beyond the Battlefields: Käthe Buchler's Photographs of Germany in the Great War".
As Blue Planet II continues to draw huge audiences, Professor Peter Coates looks back at a series that not only changed the way that television documentaries were made. It also changed our relationship with nature – and alerted Britain to the perilous state of marine ecosystems.
Image galleries that were published in 2013.
These are the image galleries which were published in 2014.
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.
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
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).
This exhibition provides new insights into an overlooked form of photography, revealing rich and exciting seams of imagery and offering new perspectives on representation of coastal culture and leisure.
Our latest image gallery, from the archives of the International Committee of the Red Cross, represents the humanitarian response to conflicts from the Boer War to the present day.
The first AHRC Image Gallery of 2015 looks at the Musicians’ Union campaign to safeguard members’ employment in the 1920s and 30s.
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.