The University of Manchester is a hub for groundbreaking research and, as the largest Faculty within the University, Humanities plays a huge part in that.
There are a variety of ways to find out about the Faculty of Humanities' research activity.
Some of the activity can be found via the information below or by using our research explorer.
Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS)
Inspired by the city of Manchester’s history as a world-leader in enterprise, innovation and creativity, our research ethos can be defined as 'original thinking applied'.
School of Arts, Languages and Cultures (SALC)
Our work embraces the material, visual, linguistic, textual, social and performative dimensions of human society, past and present.
School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED)
Projects generally revolve around four core themes: environmental change; governance, policy, and practice; poverty and social justice; and urbanism.
School of Social Sciences (SoSS)
The School is committed to making a difference at local, national and international levels with impactful research that shapes policy and practice.