The Department of English Literature collaborated with different research centres.
The American and Canadian Studies Centre is one of the most dynamic in Britain. The centre brings together researchers who are at the forefront of the field of American and Canadian Studies. Our multi-disciplinary approach links history, literature, politics and cultural studies to produce innovative and challenging work.
One of the largest centres for the stufy of the Eighteenth Century in the UK, BECC brings together researchers from across the University and West Midlands. Work done by members of the Centre covers a broad range of fields, including History, English, Modern Languages, History of Medicine, Music and History of Art.
CARE is a visiting researcher programme for academics, doctoral and postdoctoral researchers. CARE visitors have access to all the University resources, an office in the Arts Building, and are welcome to attend the many seminar programmes that run across the school.
The Centre for Contemporary Literature and Culture brings together scholars at the University of Birmingham with an interest in how the literary and related arts are produced and experienced in the late-twentieth and early-twenty-first centuries. Central to our aims are the development of critical methods - both theoretical and practical - that allow for productive encounters with this exciting and complex body of cultural texts.
Members of CLEMT are united by their interest in the tradition and contemporary practice of scholarly editions, and in the rapidly expanding field of study into the materiality of text. The Centre holds regular seminars and workshops to discuss and promote research that exemplifies how transformative and enabling textual work can be.
The Centre brings together researchers from across the College of Arts and Law who are interested in the development of modern conceptions of self and society that defined arts and culture in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, as well as the legacies of this period in culture today.
The IAS brings together researchers from across the University to collaborate and share expertise. Work within the IAS is truly interdisciplinary, and responds to a set of evolving thematic approaches that are designed to address major societal concerns.