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AHRC Funded Collaborative Doctoral Award Studentship

Visual and Cultural Representations of the St John Ambulance Brigade in the Twentieth Century. University of Huddersfield, Museum of the Order of St John and the Heritage Consortium       The Heritage Consortium is offering a fully funded AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award studentship with the Museum of the Order of St John and the…

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The Feminist Archive North

The Feminist Archive North is housed in Special Collections in The Brotherton Library at The University of Leeds, which has been host to the collection since 2001. The Archive is a registered charity and is run entirely by volunteers, some of whom have been active in the Women’s Liberation Movement since the 1970’s and 1980’s…

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Voices of Culture: Skills, Training and Knowledge Transfer in Cultural Heritage

  In June and September 2017 the Heritage Consortium participated in the Voices of Culture brainstorming meeting and structured dialogue opened by the European Commission with selected stakeholders on the topic “Skills, Training and Knowledge Transfer: traditional and emerging heritage”. The structured dialogue resulted in the production of an advisory report for the European Commission…

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University of Bradford/AHRC Heritage Consortium PhD student works with Japanese woodblock print masterpieces in advance of exhibition at the British Museum

An upcoming exhibition at the British Museum, ‘Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave’ will include works analysed by University of Bradford/Heritage Consortium PhD student Peter McElhinney. Peter completed analysis on several Japanese woodblock prints during a Heritage Consortium placement within the British Museum’s Department of Scientific Research. These included the iconic prints ‘Under the wave off…

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Gothic Heritage Study Day, Northumbria University, 8 October 2015

On the 8th October 2015, Northumbria University welcomed several students from the AHRC Heritage Consortium, as well as a number of PhD candidates from our own institution and further afield. The Gothic Heritage Study Day aimed to introduce students to issues surrounding public-facing heritage research, as well as the relationship between academic research and the…

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Heritage Public Policy Engagement Training, 3 September 2015, Leeds

Photograph by Daniel Bron, CC BY-SA 3.0 Thursday 3 September 2015, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds City Centre Organised by Heritage Consortium AHRC Centre for Doctoral Training (Bradford, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds Beckett, Northumbria, Sheffield Hallam and Teesside Universities) SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage and Archaeology (EPSRC-funded, UCL, University of…

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