Today's blog entry by Professor Matthew Bevis discusses discusses the many facets of Edward Lear – from poetry to travel writing and natural history drawing – and how viewing these varied disciplines together can reveal new facets of Lear’s life.
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 Emily Pringle – AHRC Leadership Fellow and Head of Learning Practice and Research at Tate – discusses the need for a deeper rethink of howmuseums undertake research.
In our latest blog post we asked PHD candidate Rebecca Morrison to tell us about her fascinating research into the methods of the skilled Eighteenth-Century clothing creators known as mantua-makers.
Is banning Russia Today the right response to Russian aggression? Dr Rhys Crilley, Research Associate in Global Media and Communication at the Open University, tells us why RT shouldn't just "shut up and go away."