Centre for Ageing and the Life Course (CALC)
CALC fosters research in critical and cultural ageing studies, exploring the underpinning factors shaping inequalities in ageing, as well as the subjective meaning and lived experience of health and well-being in later life.
International Criminological Research Unit (ICRU)
ICRU is committed to advancing theoretically-informed, empirically rigorous, and policy-relevant research in criminology and criminal justice that resonates locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Liverpool Sociological Research Cluster (LSRC)
LSRC serves as a vibrant intellectual hub for sociologists. Members explore a diverse array of topics, including AI and online life, contemporary state structures, racial capitalism, knowledge production dynamics, climate emergency responses, medical artefacts, social class dynamics, cultural industries, and architecture.
The Decolonial Critique
A global network of more than 1,800 scholars, students, and activists who have an interest in theoretical and applied approaches to coloniality/decoloniality.