The Centre for Transnational and Transcultural Research
(CTTR) provides a research environment for interdisciplinary
investigation into the history and continuing pertinence of
internationalism, cosmopolitanism, and other inter-cultural
configurations of consciousness and identity, including their
manifestation in micro-cosmopolitan contexts (e.g. the national,
regional, or local).
The Centre for Transnational and Transcultural Research:
The Centre for Transnational and Transcultural
Research hosts three sub-groups representing its
principal focus areas:
This research group, originally constituted
within the former History and Governance Research Institute,
comprises researchers from a variety of disciplines whose work is
characterised by a European or European diasporic dimension.
Members of the group have formed the core of
European Studies Units of Assessment in successive RAEs.
They have a substantial track record of high
quality research outputs, external funding (including European
funding) and international collaboration, among other areas of
achievement. The group's convenor is Martin Dangerfield, Jean
Monnet Professor in European Integration.
Areas of activity include:
This research group comprises researchers in Philosophy,
Religion, Sociology, and Area Studies. Its focus is on the ideas,
faiths, and group identities manifest in global cultures, including
migrant communities within the United Kingdom. The group has
particular strengths in Punjabi studies and Cuban studies.
This research group comprises researchers in English literature,
language, creative writing, drama, and film. The group
focuses on the language, literature, and related media of
cosmopolitan and regional formations, including historical and
modern configurations of consumer-driven (or anti-consumerist)
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