AHRC Science in Culture Theme
Russell Brand & Professor Barry Smith on 'Under the Skin'
Interview with Russell Brand
Events, Workshops & Conferences
AHRC funding has already been awarded through the Science in Culture Theme to over 50 projects
Exploratory Awards, Research Networks, Innovation Awards and Large Grants
Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries
Cultural and Scientific Perceptions of Human Chicken Interactions
Rethinking the Senses: Uniting the Philosophy and Neuroscience of Perception
Arts & Humanities Research can go beyond investigating the Cultural contexts for Science to inform and contribute to its Advancement
Welcome to the AHRC Science in Culture Theme Website
Science in Culture is one of four themes identified by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) as a focus for research funding.
The AHRC Themes are identified as emerging areas of interest to arts and humanities researchers and are likely to shape or change aspects of multiple research fields in future years.
The Science in Culture Theme aims to encourage mutual exchange between researchers working across the Sciences and the Arts and Humanities.
Science in Culture will foster interdisciplinary working between researchers in the sciences and the arts and humanities in order to pursue topics that cannot be successfully addressed by either side alone.
“According to Macmillan Cancer Support, it’s not unusual for cancer and cancer treatments to cause problems with eating, including a loss of appetite, a sore mouth and changes in taste.”
Nicholas Shea, Professor of Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy (IP), was interviewed by BBC Radio on themes arising from his AHRC research project at the IP and King’s College London. The programme, Habit, explores the contrast between habitual behaviour and...