Glasgow’s School of Critical Studies is renowned for its world-leading research, demonstrated through external evaluations (e.g. UK-wide Research Assessment Exercises), substantial and growing grant-capture, and the impact of our research beyond academia. The School’s cohort of researchers ranges from early-career academics to internationally-recognised senior scholars, and includes a vibrant postgraduate community. We award about 25 doctoral degrees per year, and there are currently 200 postgraduate research students in the School, and about 130 students on taught postgraduate programmes.
The School currently houses the following disciplines:
Our School’s research is concentrated in clusters, networks and Centres. Many colleagues work across these concentrations, and many work with researchers in other Schools and Colleges, and other institutions, on interdisciplinary projects.
For information about specific research centres, research networks, funded research projects, research initiatives and postgraduate research opportunities, please follow the links on this page.
While much research is conducted by individual scholars, a mutually supportive interdisciplinary culture is fostered across the School, across and beyond the College of Arts, and through . Through these and other initiatives, Critical Studies engages in five of the College's designated research themes: Culture and Creativity, Landscape and Environment, Medical Humanities, Digital Humanities and Scottish Studies Global. These cross-School and cross-College initiatives are designed to articulate with research themes supported by the AHRC, ESRC, Wellcome and other external funding bodies.
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