Research centres

Historians at Liverpool play an active role in a variety of interdisciplinary research centres within the Faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences and beyond. Historians also contribute to the University Heritage Research Theme.

Medieval image of crucifix.

Liverpool Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

A hub for interdisciplinary study and research of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in Europe and beyond from c.300 to c.1700.

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Medieval illustration

Centre for Archive Studies

Coordinating and promoting the University's research, knowledge exchange and public engagement activities in archives and records management.

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Black achievers wall at the International Slavery Museum

Centre for the Study of International Slavery

Supporting and sharing leading research about slavery in history, culture, legacies and contemporary society.

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Eighteenth-Century Painting of People.

Eighteenth-Century Worlds

An interdisciplinary research centre, which aims to promote research in the political, social, economic, intellectual, and cultural life of the ‘long’ eighteenth century (1650-1850).

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DNA strands illustration

The Centre for the Humanities and Social Sciences of Health, Medicine and Technology

Bringing together leading research which explores how arts, creativity and critical scholarship enhance our understandings of medical and scientific practice.

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