Created in 2001, the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) supports, promotes and conducts interdisciplinary research of the highest order. Located at the heart of the humanities campus, the Centre’s managed research programme produces annually over 250 events a year, with 25 conferences, 14 graduate and faculty research groups, Humanitas Visiting Professors, and longer term interdisciplinary research projects. The regular work-in-progress seminar for fellows – external and internal visiting fellows – contributes to the lively atmosphere of intellectual exchange.
CRASSH currently funds a variety of talks, including the Decolonising the Curriculum in Theory and Practice seminar series (click here for more information on upcoming events). If you would like to learn more about CRAASH, please click here.