The HRC supports research that is produced and disseminated in a number of ways, through academic and scholarly as well as public-facing and community-based events. We support traditional scholarly outputs as well as exhibitions, performances, films, digital archives, websites and data bases and visualisations, policy advice, and more.

All activities reflect a commitment to outreach and advocacy for the humanities, which can include engaging with other universities, research centres, academies and associations, we well as government departments and organisations, national cultural institutions, and with the public at large on issues of immediate concern to the intellectual and cultural life of the nation and beyond.

Every year since 1977 the HRC has focused its events and Visiting Fellows program on a specific theme. Scholars from all over the world working in every discipline are encouraged to apply for Visiting Fellowships. The theme for 2024 is 'Time, Place, Everywhen'. 

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