Themes in the Arts and Humanities Themes in the Arts and Humanities

American Studies

  • American history
  • American literature
  • Environment, space and place
  • Histories of power and protest
  • Popular and avant-garde cultures
  • Transatlantic and transpacific studies

Find out more on the American Studies web pages

 

Art

  • Material culture
  • Medieval art and architecture
  • Modern and contemporary European and American art
  • Museums, archives and heritage
  • World art and postcolonial studies

Find out more on the Art web pages

 

History

  • The British Empire and its legacies
  • Global history
  • The history of East Anglia
  • Landscape history, geographical information systems
  • The making of modern Britain
  • Medieval England and the continent
  • Nationalism in 20th century Europe
  • Russian and East European history
  • Society, politics and culture: early modern Britain/Europe

Find out more on the History web pages

 

Language and Communication Studies

  • (Critical) discourse analysis
  • Cross-cultural cognitive linguistics
  • Intercultural communications and cross-cultural pragmatics
  • Translating and interpreting

Find out more on the Language and Communications Studies web pages

 

Literature, Drama and Creative Writing

  • Creative writing
  • Life writing and creative non-fiction
  • Literary translation and translation theory
  • Medieval and early modern writing
  • Modern and contemporary literature, including poetry

Find out more on the Literature, Drama and Creative Writing web pages

 

Media

  • British film and TV
  • Genre in film and TV
  • Media audiences
  • Mediations of gender and sexuality
  • Popular culture

Find out more on the Media web pages

 

Philosophy

  • Application and interpretations of Wittgenstein
  • Environmental philosophy
  • Metaphilosophy
  • Philosophy and social science
  • Political philosophy
  • Philosophy of language

Find out more on the Philosophy web pages

 

Politics

  • Critical global politics and international relations
  • Cultural politics, political communication, and media
  • Politics, public policy and political theory

Find out more on the Politics web pages

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