48% of our research (‘research outputs’) was assessed as world-leading in terms of its originality, significance, and rigour in the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021). 45% of our overall submission was also assessed as world-leading (that includes research outputs, research impact (non-academic change/effect/benefit based on our research), and our research environment). More information about our people, our research centres, our projects, our courses, and our impact activities, is available via the links on this page.
Our research centres and groups
We support four active and successful research centres that co-ordinate research activities in our main areas of research strengths. Each centre has well-established interdisciplinary links within Warwick and beyond. We also host research groups to support areas of emerging strength or interest in the department.
Promoting and coordinating work in the philosophy of mind and action, and adjacent areas between philosophers and psychologists
Promoting reflection and collaboration, and questioning assumptions in philosophy, literature and the arts
Promoting innovative work in 19th and 20th century European philosophy, including interdisciplinary research with scholars across the humanities and social sciences
Exploring ethical and legal problems together, and working across departments to explore issues raised by the law
Promoting research in under-represented philosophical traditions and enquiring into the issues of colonialism, postcolonialism and decolonisation