The Centre for Digital Humanities & Social Sciences
The Centre brings together researchers from across the Faculty to explore the development of digital technologies, their uses, applications, and impacts.
The Centre for Health, Medical and Environmental Humanities
The Centre studies developments across the arts, critical scholarship and engagement with various publics to enhance understandings of medical, (bio)scientific and technical practice.
Children and Childhood
This research theme provides significant and meaningful contributions towards improving the quality of life and outcomes for children, young people and babies locally, nationally and internationally.
Slavery and Unfree Labour
The study of slavery and unfree labour includes a range of disciplines and subject fields. These include history, politics, law, archaeology, sociology, psychology, literature and the arts.
Sustainable and Resilient Cities
The Sustainable and Resilient Cities research theme, led by the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, focuses on national and international research agendas across geography, planning, architecture, sociology, history and management.
This research theme draws on work on conflict transformation and social justice, within its many forms as found at the University.