Research and innovation
- Research impact
- Pinter Histories & Legacies
- Leeds Archive of Vernacular Culture
- British Nature Writing
Our staff and research students form a diverse and welcoming community united by a passion for knowledge and innovation. We blend research and practice, and explore an enormous range of areas including many interdisciplinary endeavours.
The breadth of our expertise, combined with our external partnerships and collaborations, means that the work we do has a real impact both in the UK and worldwide.
The Centre for the Comparative History of Print explores print across cultures and time periods and brings together researchers from a range of specialisms including English, History, Philosophy and History of Art.More on Centre for the Comparative History of Print
An interdisciplinary collaboration between the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures and Faculty of Medicine and Health. The Centre aims to drive forward the rapidly developing subject area of Medical Humanities and acts as a point of focus both for academic research and knowledge transfer/impact activities.More on Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities
Our Poetry Centre draws on the University's strength and heritage in creative writing, driving teaching and research in poetry. We are also committed to sharing talent and expertise in poetry through a programme of public readings, workshops, lectures, and exhibitions.More on University of Leeds Poetry Centre
Wider research activity
Researchers from our School also engage in collaborative research with other subject areas and participate in interdisciplinary research initiatives such as:
Our research spans time periods, continents, genres, and disciplines, encompassing the enormous breadth of literature and literary culture.