Heritage & Creativity
Our Heritage & Creativity research shines a spotlight on the past and reflects on the value of arts and humanities research to the people of today.
Focusing on contemporary global challenges, we promote public debate on issues such as migration and diaspora, health and (dis)ability, and the role of heritage and the creative industries in promoting inclusion and diversity.
Our work is informed by engagement with archives and material culture and the exchange between creativity and digital platforms. The University has a wealth of world-class museums, collections and archives and works through them to foster innovative collaborations and partnerships with the public, industry, government, NGOs and other researchers to contribute to social diversity and wellbeing, economic growth and creative enterprise.