Dear Esther

Read about how a Research Fellow has gained international recognition and generated thousands of pages of enthusiastic and practical debate not about what games are or do, but what they can be.

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New website launched

Re-designed following extensive consultation with all our key stakeholders over the last year, the new site offers a wide range of improvements

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Bringing Glasgow's past to life

Read about how a fascinating repository of unique interviews about people's working lives in the twentieth century is bringing the past to life in Glasgow

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Multi-Faith Spaces

Read about a project that considers whether multi-faith spaces encourage real social and religious encounters or merely ‘house difference’

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Event

When the war was over: European refugees after 1945

23/09/2012

At the end of Second World War more than 11 million people on the European continent found themselves stranded far from home this exhibition tells the story of these refugees.

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ShipShape: Newport's Medieval Ship

23/08/2012

AHRC Film commemorates the 10th anniversary of the Newport Ship discovery

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Feature

Dear Esther: An open letter for story telling in games

By Adam Oxford on 15/08/2012

Read about how a Research Fellow has gained international recognition and generated thousands of pages of enthusiastic and practical debate not about what games are or do, but what they can be.

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Event

Science and Heritage in Scotland

05/09/2012

A one day seminar looking at science's role in understanding and preserving the past.

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Case Study

The Construction of Personal Identity Online

22/08/2012

Read about a research project that looks at our personal identities in relation to digital technologies and online social environments.

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News

Shape design research of the future

10/08/2012

Design Council, AHRC and ESRC collaboration, scoping study on the current state of research on the value and impact of design.

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Event

Wikipedia courses for AHRC award-holders - places available

03/09/2012

A series of workshops for AHRC fund-holders, aiming to provide training and support to specialists who are interested in contributing to Wikipedia or other Wikimedia projects

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Event

Dead Standing Things

16/08/2012

This is the second of two displays at Tate Britain organised as part of Court, Country, City: British Art, 1660-1735

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Funding Opportunity

Digital Personhood - sandpit

09/08/2012

The Research Councils' Digital Economy (DE) theme invites expressions of interest from eligible individuals to attend a five-day interactive workshop (sandpit)

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Upcoming events

23 Sep 2012, Nottingham Castle

When the war was over: European refugees after 1945

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16 Sep 2012, Tate Britain

Dead Standing Things: still life 1660–1740

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07 Sep 2012, Divinity School, St John’s College, University of Cambridge

New Forms of Public Religion

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