27 October 2021
Diversifying poetry reviewing: the Ledbury Poetry Critics programme
From 2009 to 2016, only 4% of reviews in newspapers and magazines were written by people of colour. Ledbury Poetry Critics was established in 2017 to address this imbalance.
8 October 2021
Arts, humanities and mental health
To mark World Mental Health Day, this blog explores the important role of arts and humanities research in tackling mental health issues.
28 September 2021
Serving on the AHRC council is a privilege and a responsibility
The value of AHRC is an unflinching focus on distinctive research and innovation in the arts and humanities for economic and social good in this country and for humanity as a whole.
21 September 2021
Five projects join the Towards a National Collection community
Towards a National Collection awards £14.5 million and welcomes five new teams to help deliver our mission to dissolve the barriers between heritage collections.
13 September 2021
Could you be a New Generation Thinker?
With the launch of a new audiobook and recruitment for AHRC’s New Generation Thinkers scheme for 2022, we look back on 10 years of the scheme.
10 September 2021
A year at the Arts and Humanities Research Council
1 September 2021
Arts and humanities infrastructure enabling knowledge with impact
16 August 2021
Discovery of Edward Lear manuscripts explored
9 August 2021
Discovering ourselves through discovery research
2 August 2021
Why festivals and special events matter now more than ever
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