Members of the School produce outstanding research on subjects as chronologically disparate as Medieval literature, modernism and migration/globalization studies. We aim to combine excellence in established areas of research, across a full range of periods and genres, with innovation in critical and textual scholarship.
Literature research clusters here at Newcastle include:
- Children’s Literature
- 18th Century & Romantic
- Fin-de-siècle & Modernism
- Medical Humanities
- Medieval & Early Modern
- Scholarly Editing
What further unites us is a determination to engage diverse audiences with this research, both within and outside the academy. We work collaboratively with a wide range of regional, national and international partners (archives and libraries; publishers and production companies; cultural organisations and the creative industries), and we are keen that our research has not only scholarly significance but also public benefits.
Our projects are funded from various sources, including the UK Research Councils, the British Academy, European agencies, and many trusts and foundations.
Research Groups and Centres
Research groups and centres
Research staff and students play key roles in several research groups and centres. These groups foster interdisciplinary research, and stimulate the development of exciting and innovative research projects. They include
- Gender Research Group (GRG)
- Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS)
- Postcolonial Research Network
- Centre for Film and Digital Media
- Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts (NCLA)
- Centre for Research in Linguistics and Language Sciences (CRiLLS)
- Newcastle Institute for Social Renewal (NISR)
- Newcastle Institute for Creative Arts Practice (NICAP)
- Newcastle Institute for Ageing
- The Digital Institute