Find out about projects in the Creative & Heritage theme.
In the Multilingual Museum project, Manchester Museum partners with Multilingual Manchester to promote inclusion and accessibility and mobilise pride in the city's linguistic diversity.
The University has made a major investment in the research infrastructure for digital humanities and digital cultural heritage - the Manchester Digital Collections.
This project explores how key cultural concepts have evolved since they first emerged, and how translation has affected our ever-evolving understanding of them.
The MCGIS research group seeks to facilitate collaboration between colleagues with research interests from a variety of geographical sub-disciplines that involve GIS and mapping.
Multispectral imaging was used by an interdisciplinary team to bring an ancient text, the Syriac Galen Palimpsest, to life in this 2019-20 exhibition at the John Rylands Library.
Technologies in Data Science and AI are providing access to cultural heritage, creating new cultural experiences, offering new ways to respond to key research questions.