The Centre for Animal Welfare, lauched in 2016, brings together our expertise in veterinary science, ethics, law and cultural perceptions such as religion and sociology in the interest of advancing animal welfare research.
The Health and Wellbeing Research Group, created in 2016, is a cross-faculty, collaborative platform for research into health and wellbeing from a variety of perspectives, from the arts to psychology, medical education and sports science.
The Centre for Religion, Reconciliation and Peace is one of the University's most high-profile, high-impact research centres.
The Centre for Medical History was formally launched in January 2015. Based in the History Department, the CMH will focus on the social history of health and illness from the ancient to the modern world.
The Centre for Information Rights, based in the Department of Law, examines the overlap between information and privacy law, and new technologies and methods of data analysis.
The Centre for Research into Language (CRiL) brings together the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education Studies in the united interest of language.
The Centre for Gender Studies (CGS) encourages and develops interdisciplinary understanding concerning the social category of gender, as well as its intersection with other social categories such as age, class, ethnicity, nationality, race, religion and sexuality.
The Crime and Justice Research Centre was launched in Oct. 2013. It is the focus for academics across the institution who are actively involved in all manner of research into crime-related areas.
The Centre for Real-World Learning is one of our most innovative research centres, pushing the boundaries on learning worldwide.
A forum for research into the gendered nature of
educational provision, practice and thought in order to provide a sound
evidence base for policy and practice in respect of education for women
and girls. (Image courtesy of Manchester High School for Girls Archive
research centre coordinates research into literature, film, media and other
forms of culture within and especially across disciplinary boundaries.
Conceived after the death of the celebrated composer Sir John Tavener, the Tavener Centre aims to explore the relationship between spirituality and music in a variety of ways and to disseminate Sir John’s own understanding of this relationship.