We have an extensive network of established contacts in the UK and abroad, including the USA, Spain and Turkey.

Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology

Modern Languages and Cultures (MLC)

  • Tate Liverpool
    • Organisation of European film series
  • Scots Language Centre
    • Collaboration on how usage of Scots can be increased using the linguistic landscape (based on our research in France and Italy)
  • Institut Ramon Llull
    • Sponsorship of some of the educational and social activities we organise for Catalan Studies
  • Instituto Camões
    • Key support and cooperation to advance Portuguese Studies
  • Instituto Etxepare
    • Sponsorship of some of the educational and social activities we organise for Basque Studies
  • Instituto Cervantes 
    • Support for cultural activities that we organise for Iberian and Latin American Studies
  • Embassy of Spain in London
    • Support and collaboration for some of our important social and cultural events, such as Iberian Week and the 4th E Allison Peers conference

MLC and History

  • Merseyside Maritime Museum
    • Research venue for the 'Mr Seel’s Garden Project'
    • AHRC network investigating historical maritime connections and music, 2012-2014
  • International Slavery Museum
    • We work closely with the Museum to organise lectures, seminars and other events about the history of the slave trade
    • The  (CSIS) was founded as a partnership between the University of Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool to support and share leading research about human enslavement and its legacies
  • Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature
    • Collaboration with our Liverpool medievalists to organise conferences, colloquia and postgraduate training
  • Society for Renaissance Studies
    • Collaboration with Liverpool academics working in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies to organise conferences, colloquia, postgraduate training, and the representation of relevant disciplines to professional bodies and the wider public


  • Manchester Deaf Centre
    • Collaborated on a conference entitled 'Deaf Community Archives'
  • MaD Theatre Company (a charity organisation providing drama workshops for disadvantaged young people)
    • The Company is based in the Greater Manchester area and between July 2009 and July 2010 they staged a play entitled 'Angels with Manky Faces,' inspired by the book, 'The Gangs of Manchester' by Dr Andrew Davies. Learn more about the production.
  • Open University
    • AHRC network investigating historical maritime connections and music, 2012-2014.
  • The Athenaeum Library, Liverpool
  • University of Georgia, USA
    • Exchange programmes:
      • Franklin International Fellows Exchange
      • Franklin International Scholars Programme.
    • Hosting of the 'Life and Limb: The Toll of the American Civil War' Exhibition in 2015

Irish Studies

  • Queens University, Belfast
    • Co-editing of a book entitled 'Irish Women at War: The Twentieth Century' (Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 2010)

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