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Research

The School for Cross-faculty Studies consists of three divisions: Liberal Arts, Global Sustainable Development, and the Institute for Global Sustainable Development.

All three divisions actively engage with research and our research interests span a wide range of areas from pedagogy and cultural studies to sustainability challenges. Our overarching emphasis is on close links between teaching and research activities, and interdisciplinary research focused on sustainability challenges (broadly understood).

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Research centre

The Institute for Global Sustainable Development (IGSD) provides a focal point for Warwick’s sustainable development research. IGSD’s vision is to be at the forefront of knowledge creation, enabling transformations towards a more sustainable, prosperous, healthier, and just world for all.

Research interests

Our research interests span across disciplines, around the world, and through time—from pedagogy and cultural studies to sustainability challenges and building a more equitable future. Some of the areas where our research interests intersect include:

  • Education and pedagogy
  • Global citizenship and identity
  • Sustainability problems and challenges

This is only an overview and does not do justice to the broad array of expertise found in the School. Find out more about our staff research interests.

Seminar Series

The School for Cross-faculty Studies hosts regular research and pedagogy seminars throughout the academic year, open to all University students and staff. Please note, the seminar series has been paused for the 2020-21 academic year and is due to restart for the 2021-22 academic year.