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
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 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.
For a research project looking at the relationship between jazz and TV, there can be few better ways understanding the process than creating a new take on live, televised jazz
Peter Coates and Susie Painter take a look at how Springwatch went from ‘badgers doing bugger all’ to unmissable TV
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."