In the bicentenary year of writer George Eliot, Professor Ruth Livesey, AHRC Leadership Fellow 2019-20 Provincialism: Literature & Cultural Politics, explores how Eliot was shaped by the education and experience she received while living in the Midlands, and how she believed 'art had a responsibility to show a provincial life could be just as full … Continue reading Illuminating the ordinary: exploring the work of George Eliot
The past week has seen commemorations marking the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall and in our latest blog post, Dr Grace Huxford, Senior Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Bristol and AHRC Leadership (Early Career) Fellow, 'British Military Bases in Germany: Living with the Cold War and its Legacies, 1945-2000' shares the … Continue reading The Fall of the Berlin Wall: British residents remember November 1989
In our latest blog, AHRC Programme Coordinator Jo Billingham, discusses a recent workshop on our work with the creative industries in China.
Manchester Voices is a research project which explores the rich tapestry of accents, dialects, and identities that make up Greater Manchester. In this week’s blog, Dr Erin Carrie and Dr Rob Drummond discuss how the research will develop, and demonstrate why it really is a project about, with, and for the people of Greater Manchester.