In this Blog, John Watts, Programme Coordinator at AHRC, describes the many events, projects and organisations that Dr Naomi Paxton has taken part in since becoming a New Generation Thinker. In 2014 I was involved with the New Generation Thinker scheme run in conjunction with BBC Radio 3 which aims to develop a new generation … Continue reading Four years as a New Generation Thinker
In this blog post, Dr Marcus Morris discusses his project, exploring the impact of the Great War on children and young people.
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 this post, Professor Mark Connelly examines how Western Front battlefields became places to visit – both for tourists and pilgrims – after the Great War.
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.
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 our latest blog, Dr Kip Jones – Director of Bournemouth University's Centre for Qualitative Research – describes how his short film RUFUS STONE captured the hearts of a new generation of viewers and how his new project hopes to understand why.