Our centre seeks to understand medical ideas, practices and institutions in their broad social and cultural contexts.
Our centre works on major research projects covering the period 1450 to 1850.
We bring together European history research activities to advance the field of study and facilitate academic collaboration.
With expertise in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe, our members' interests span the globe.
The centre's aim is to promote learning and research in the history and culture of the Renaissance.
The centre aims to stimulate teaching and research on the Caribbean, particularly in an Atlantic context.
The Food GRP explores environmental impacts of food production and consumption, including how the world's population can eat sustainably, regularly and well.
Our Habitability GRP considers the relationships between life and environment - both on and beyond planet earth.
Convened by the early career postdoctoral staff from the History Department
Convened by the early career researchers from the History Department
We provide a focus for all areas of research into personal, social, political, and cultural violence.
Complementing the rich variety of research in the History Department
An interdisciplinary research seminar based in departments across the humanities, sponsored by the Humanities Research Centre.
Convened by researchers from a variety of disciplines who are interested in oral history research
We provide a forum for scholars to discuss queer history in an intellectually rigorous but supportive context.
Founded in 2003, we host the My-Parish platform and related research initiatives.
We cover the full range of scientific disciplines, from physics to anthropology to economics, and the technologies associated with them.
A multidisciplinary reading group for students and staff to engage with pioneering work on Black history, culture and politics.