Learn more about the research centres working on digital creative and heritage at The University of Manchester.
The Centre for Digital Development is a multidisciplinary centre researching the role of digital information and communication technologies and digital data in global development.
Established in 2018, Creative Manchester is developing fast, connecting The University of Manchester, and its cultural institutions to the creative and cultural economy.
SCI seeks to advance an understanding of the social practices of production and consumption and the way they shape the sustainable provision of needs.
Policy@Manchester aims to impact lives globally, nationally and locally through influencing and challenging policymakers with robust research-informed evidence and ideas.
With one of the largest concentrations of humanities scholars in the UK, UoM is harnessing cutting-edge digital methodologies and tools to address new research challenges.
The HCRI is a leading global centre for the study of humanitarianism and conflict response, global health, international disaster management and peacebuilding.
A platform for innovative research and professional development which engages with cultural and heritage producers and organisations in Greater Manchester and beyond
Multilingual Manchester promotes awareness of language diversity in the city-region and beyond.
The NOVARS research centre specialises in the areas of Interactive Music and Media, audification, electroacoustic composition, game-audio, and locative-audio.
The Manchester Centre for Correspondence Studies (MCCS) was founded in 2019, following two successful years of the Lives and Afterlives of Letters Network.