New Generation Thinkers 2015

AHRC landscape

Applications are now open for the AHRC – BBC New Generation Thinkers scheme 2015, supporting early career researchers in cultivation their research communication skills and dissemination of their work.

The subject coverage for this year’s schemes covers all disciplines covered by the AHRC, including additional subjects that intersect with the work of the ESRC and MRC. These are:

  • American studies
  • Archaeology
  • Architecture
  • Art history
  • Classics
  • Community arts
  • Conservation of art and textiles
  • Creative writing
  • Cultural geography
  • Cultural policy
  • Cultural studies and popular culture
  • Dance studies
  • Design
  • Dictionaries and databases
  • Divinity
  • Drama and theatre studies
  • English language and literature
  • Gender and sexuality
  • History
    • Economic and social history
    • Historical memory
    • History of Science and medicine
  • Information studies
  • Journalism
  • Law
    • Socio legal studies
  • Librarianship
  • Life writing
  • Linguistics
    • Applied linguistics
    • Comput/ corpus linguistics
    • Phonetics
    • Psycholinguistic
    • Sociolinguistics
    • Languages and linguistics
  • Literary and cultural theory
  • Media
  • Media and communication studies
  • Modern languages
  • Museum studies
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Post-colonial studies
  • Religious studies
    • Sociology of Religion
    • Psychology of Religion
  • Textual editing and bibliography
  • Theology
  • Visual arts
    • Psychology of Art
  • Human Geography
    • Cultural Geography
  • Other subjects
    • Medical humanities
    • Health humanities
    • Digital humanities
    • Social Anthropology
    • Psychology of Culture

Please note that no one research area will get preferential treatment over another. All applications will be assessed on their own merits against the application criteria. Applications must be submitted by 15th December 2014.

For more information on what’s on offer and eligibility criteria, and to hear from past participants, please visit the AHRC New Generation Thinkers page at

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