Our College of Humanities offer a large interdisciplinary, rich and diverse graduate culture across a wide range of disciplines including; Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History, Drama, English and History, each having a wide range of research centres and institutes.

For more information on the subject areas available within Humanities please visit the website

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Research Projects

  • AI and machine learning approaches for automated mapping and provenance histories of artworks in museum catalogue information (Fabrizio Nevola) contact email

  • Beauty in early modern China (c.1500-1800) (Sarah Toulalan) contact email

  • Ideas of imperial federation from the late Nineteenth Century to WWII (Richard Toye) contact email

  • Knowledge of sex and reproduction in early modern China: understanding bodies, desire, conception and childbearing c.1500-1800 (Sarah Toulalan) contact email