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Immigrant communities have the same ideas about 'Britishness' as everyone else

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A fine day in Cardiff: the CAER Heritage Project

The CAER Heritage Project was named overall winner at the Engage Public Engagement Awards yesterday (June 11th 2014).

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Tailor-made research

The Fashion, Innovation, Research and Enterprise (FIREup) project aims to show what methods can best engage those in the fast-moving designer fashion sector, and encourage them to work with academics.

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A textile narrative of John Edgar Bell

These textiles explore the influence of content, cloth and context on viewer perceptions. The images were developed to create a visual narrative about the experiences of John Edgar Bell, a Quaker and conscientious objector in WW1.

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Immigrant communities have the same ideas about 'Britishness' as everyone else

16/06/2014

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New AHRC Web Navigation Survey

15/06/2014

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With its current website now two years old, the AHRC is looking to refresh its website navigation. Before moving on with doing so, we would like to gather as much feedback on our proposed navigation plans as possible.

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The Nomadic Salon Symposium

11/06/2014

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Nomadic Salon is a roaming discussion platform that seeks to critically interrogate practice-led research methodologies across creative disciplines.

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Uncovering the Invisible: Portraits of Latin Americans in the UK

15/06/2014

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Uncovering the Invisible: Portraits of Latin Americans in the UK is a photographic collaboration between British-Mexican photographers Pablo and Roxana Allison.

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Birthday Honours 2014

15/06/2014

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A number of prominent Arts and Humanities scholars and AHRC grant holders have been honoured in the Birthday Honours list. We are pleased to offer our congratulations to everyone honoured.

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A fine day in Cardiff: the CAER Heritage Project

11/06/2014

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The CAER Heritage Project was named overall winner at the Engage Public Engagement Awards yesterday (June 11th 2014).

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New Evelyn Waugh website will let public contribute to Complete Works project

15/06/2014

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The public will have the chance to gain access to huge range of resources on the acclaimed author as part of project to publish his complete works.

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Connected Communities Festival 2014

11/06/2014

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The Connected Communities Festival will provide researchers and the wider community with an opportunity to reflect, share their learning and discuss their research.

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Delivery Plan 2015 - 2016

11/06/2014

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The Arts and Humanities Research Council has published its Delivery Plan 2015-2016.

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