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Performance brings masque music of Jacobean court to life

02-Jun-2015 - Operatic music of Royal court masque balls is resounding again thanks to a group of players and singers and a decade long research project

The Big Thaw

15-Nov-2017 - It started with a little wooden doll being found on a beach in Alaska Then over time more and more artefacts began turning up ‘We recognised

Helping cochlear implant users to enjoy music

04-Feb-2014 - A multi disciplinary team of academics have contributed their expertise to a new computer based music rehabilitation programme to help cochlear implant

Save the date - Connected Communities Conference

30-Jun-2015 - Date 30th June — 2nd July Venue University of East Anglia   As the culmination of the summer 2015 national Connected

A window to the past

15-Jan-2016 - An AHRC project has recreated a remarkable history of crime and punishment across nearly 250 years of British history giving rise to a wealth of further

Favourite nature books of the year, curated by the 'Land Lines: Modern British Nature Writing' research team at the University of Leeds.

20-Dec-2018 - Earlier this year the nation voted for their favourite nature book and Chris Packham’s biography ‘ Fingers in the Sparkle Jar ’


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Contested Commons

26-Sep-2018 - Award Information AHRC ref AH/E510310/1 Discipline Law and Legal Studies Funding opportunity Research Grant Areas

Cultural Heritage and Rapid Urbanisation in India

31-Jul-2015 - The Arts and Humanities Research Council AHRC and Indian Council for Historical Research ICHR are pleased to announce a joint call for Research Networking

AHRC supports next generation of research talent at world-renowned UK cultural institutions

23-May-2019 - The Arts and Humanities Research Council has today announced the 14 successful institutions and consortia that will host 152 AHRC funded doctoral studentships