In our latest blog, PHD candidates Rachel Warner and Tot Foster share their recipe for "co-reflection" – partnering up to encourage, critique and support one another through the trials and tribulations of postdoctoral study.
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.
This week's blog comes from Katrin Kohl from the Creative Multilingualism research team. In it, she describes the importance of holding on to first languages as part of holding on to our culture.
In this blog post, Dr Marcus Morris discusses his project, exploring the impact of the Great War on children and young people.
In this post, Professor Mark Connelly examines how Western Front battlefields became places to visit – both for tourists and pilgrims – after the Great War.
Adam Saxon isn't an academic (yet), but you wouldn't know it from his enthusiasm for history. Adam is the son of AHRC Associate Director Alexandra Vincent, and for his year 9 school project he used AHRC resources to uncover the history of one soldier from World War One, including that he was still a child … Continue reading How the AHRC helped me discover a World War One child soldier
In this Blog, New Generation Thinker Dr Dafydd Mills Daniel discusses the difference between patriotism and nationalism in the sporting world.