The Nottingham Institute for Research in Visual Culture (NIRVC) is a forum for research in art-historical and visual culture studies, drawing on a range of disciplines, within and beyond the University. Visit the NIRVC website.
The Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception (CADRE) was founded by the Department of Classics in 1998 to promote research on Greek and Roman drama and its impact on later traditions. Visit the CADRE website.
The overall aim of this Centre is to develop the study of British and International business history and to act as a mechanism to promote and disseminate research on business history across the University as well as enhance the profile of business history in the UK. Business history illuminates how business strategies develop within political, institutional and economic environments. Visit the CEBH website.
The Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies was established in 2007 with the aim of fostering interest in the Late Antique period in western Europe and the Byzantine Empire in the Balkans, north Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean, broadly during the period c. AD 300 to AD 900. Visit the CLABS website.
The Centre for Music on Stage and Screen (MOSS), based in the Department of Music, promotes the interaction of history, theory and practice in the study of opera, ballet, melodrama, film, video and other multimedia performance genres. Visit the MOSS website.
The Centre for Spartan and Peloponnesian Studies draws together the significant range of research and expertise on the region within the University of Nottingham. The region of Greece known as the Peloponnese has played an important role in the politics and economy of the Eastern Mediterranean from prehistory to the formation of the modern Greek nation. Visit the CSPS website.
The Centre of Theology and Philosophy, directed by Professor John Milbank, investigates the historical interaction between theology and philosophy; the current relation between the disciplines; the analytic/continental divide; and the question of the status of metaphysics. Visit the CTP website.
UARC was established at the University of Nottingham in 2004. The team offer a variety of services, with particular expertise in underwater operations involving environmental impact assessment and monitoring. A core strength of the unit is that it is continually informed and shaped by academic research, which keeps it at the leading edge of the field. Visit the UARC website.
The Institute for the Study of Slavery (ISOS) seeks to pursue and develop research on contemporary, as well as historical, slavery in all parts of the globe and through all historical periods. Visit the ISOS website.
IMR is one of the UK's leading centres for medieval research. Established in 1988, we link Nottingham researchers with interests in medieval cultures, and foster collaboration with international scholars. Visit the IMR website.
The centre enables biblical scholars to work alongside philosophical and systematic theologians; it promotes the idea of the Bible as a text and a phenomenon which can and should be integrated into contemporary discussion, including theological discourse on belief and practice. Visit the CBET website.
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