Led by world leading academics and practitioners in the fields of arts, culture and heritage, the University nurtures a thriving culture in fine arts, film, theatre, dance, music, humanities, languages, linguistics, cultural studies, heritage and global studies. Working in partnership with local, regional and international partners, ranging from museums to arts collectives and from community groups to international university partners, we are ideally positioned to deliver internationally outstanding research that draws on the uniquely comprehensive opportunities that interdisciplinary interaction across creative and critical disciplines offers.
Creative Practices Research brings together creative practitioners and those who write about creative practice, whether that is fine art, music, creative writing, dance or performance. To find out more please contact Professor Erik Knudsen or Professor Ewa Mazierska.
Research in this area has a firm emphasis on scientific analysis and encompasses work on Archaeology, Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Genetics. To find out more please contact Professor Vicki Cummings.
History and Heritage emphasises public engagement and concentrates mainly on modern history since 1780, with research groupings in Labour and People’s History and in International History as well as some unique specialisms, such as The Vladimir Vysotsky Centre for Russian Studies and iSLanDS, the International Institute for Sign Languages and Deaf Studies, a unique hub for the study of sign languages and deaf studies. To find out more please contact Dr Robert Poole.
Migration, Diaspora and the Black Atlantic brings together researchers from area studies, languages, literature, history and art who study the history and present-day impact of mass migration on culture and society across the world. Includes academics working in our Making Histories Visible Centre and the Institute of Black Atlantic Research. To find out more please contact Dr Lara Momesso.
UCLan Research Centre for Field Archaeology and Forensic Taphonomy
PIONEERING PROJECT TO FEATURE AT MAJOR EUROPEAN FESTIVAL
UCLan’s Global Sound Movement will be showcased at the British Science Festival. A ground-breaking project from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has been selected to feature in one of Europe’s largest science festivals.
TURNER PRIZE WINNER AND UCLAN PROFESSOR RECEIVES CBE FROM PRINCE CHARLES
Professor Lubaina Himid awarded for services to art. Turner Prize winner and University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) Professor Lubaina Himid has been made a Commander of The Order of the British Empire (CBE) by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.
CREATING INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH LINKS (video)
Dr Seren Griffiths, Archaeology