The Arts and Humanities Graduate School pre-launch
A Series of Events, Talks and Workshops May- July 2017
Manchester Metropolitan University’s Arts and Humanities Graduate School will launch its new integrated and multidisciplinary programme in September 2017.
Prologue is designed to give a flavour of some of our research activities through events, talks and workshops. They are open to postgraduates and staff in the university and to the wider public, particularly to those interested in undertaking study at research degree level.
The Graduate School brings together the postgraduate research degree programmes of Manchester School of Art, the Manchester Fashion Institute and Humanities Languages and Social Science.
By pooling our strengths, the merger offers a very real opportunity to boost our outward facing research, and the importance of multidisciplinary, collaborative, applied and practice- based research alongside traditional disciplinary approaches.
The Graduate School boasts over 250 postgraduate researchers and one hundred nationally and internationally recognized theorists, practitioners and professionals from Architecture, Art, Craft, Creative Writing, Communications, Design, English, History, Philosophy, Languages, Linguistics, New Media and the Applied Social Sciences.
The Arts and Humanities Faculty is home to several areas of world-leading research and we pride ourselves on our innovation in teaching and learning, with opportunities for our students to engage with the City and the communities beyond the university.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Professor Jim Aulich (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Head of Arts and Humanities Graduate School