Dr Will Abberley describes what it was like to apply to become a New Generation Thinker and how the scheme has changed his career, and his ways of thinking.
Kicking off the new academic year is a blog from the AHRC Digital Transformations Team on their work with digital artist Eduardo Kac on how technology can disrupt traditional artistic forms.
In this week's post, Alison Buckler – Research Fellow in Education and International Development at the Open University – looks at the importance of collaborative storytelling approaches in understanding young people’s experiences of learning.
In this blog post, Iain Davie and Anne Schwan from Edinburgh Napier University, discuss a project exploring creativity behind the barbed wire during World War One.
In our latest blog, Gary Grubb – the AHRC’s Associate Director of Programmes – highlights the ways we can engage with AHRC research into natural and environmental heritage over the summer, including a possible opportunity for funding that may be just around the corner. Over the summer, many of us will be visiting diverse landscapes across … Continue reading ‘Landscapes and the Environment’ Revisited for Summer of 2018
In February this year, Dr Michael Talbot – along with nine other academics with a talent for communication – became an AHRC/BBC New Generation Thinker. In this week's blog Michael describes his journey to becoming part of the next generation of Arts and Humanities broadcasters.
For a research project looking at the relationship between jazz and TV, there can be few better ways understanding the process than creating a new take on live, televised jazz