Our four research centres are an important way for us to:
This makes for a supportive and thriving research culture, where our staff and students can build their research portfolios and forge long-lasting collaborative relationships.
Dedicated to the study of language in real-world contexts, including medical settings, English language teaching, and business, legal, and public sector environments.
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Bringing together researchers working on place and identity, writing and the local, regional and national literary cultures, cultural geographies, and literary recoveries.
Advancing knowledge and understanding of the languages, literatures, history, and material and visual cultures of the Viking Age and its aftermath, in both Scandinavia and the Viking diaspora.
The home for research into the origins and meanings of place-names and personal names. It provides resources for the study and analysis of place-names, which are used by historians, linguists, and geographers alike.
All four of our research centres house specialist research and/or reading groups, which provide further opportunties for research inquiry and collaboration.
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