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.
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."
In this Blog, New Generation Thinker Dr Dafydd Mills Daniel discusses the difference between patriotism and nationalism in the sporting world.
Ian Stanton – Strategy and Development Manager for AHRC – discusses his recent trip to Vienna to visit HERA’s Uses of the Past conference. To quote L.P. Hartley, “The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.” In an effort to make it less “foreign”, 120 academics from across Europe gathered in Vienna in March … Continue reading HERA: ‘Uses of the Past’: Making the past a less foreign place
Henry Webber – one of our PHD students at the University of Bristol – discusses the surprising intersection between archaeology and precision farming.
To mark this year's commonwealth day, we spoke to Dr Matthew Potter about how Commonwealth day helped Australian art-lovers see a host of works for the very first time.
In our blog for International Women's day, we asked Professor Adelle Jones to tell us about how None in Three are using video games to teach schoolchildren about domestic abuse.