Latest Research

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Canterbury Christ Church University has achieved notable success in the 2014 National Research Excellence Framework. Over 90% of our submitted research was rated as world leading (4*), internationally excellent (3*) or internationally recognised (2*). Disciplines throughout the Faculty produced top ranking (4*) research and over 15% of the submitted research in Music, Drama, Dance and Performing Arts was classed as world leading.  

SEAS Photography

seas photography

In an era of smartphones and instant photography, when images are created and shared almost immediately, the process of bringing these wonderful photographs to the viewer seems torturous by comparison. 

South East Archive of Seaside Photography

Henry III Fine Rolls

the henry iii fine rolls project 

The fine rolls for Henry III’s reign (1216-72) provide incomparable insights into the operation of royal patronage. 

Find out more about the Fine Rolls project 


Whispering Trees

Magz Hall's latest project is titled Whispering Trees and explores the relationship between the natural environment and technology.

Find out more about Magz Hall's Research


Teacher Educator conference 2013

Adrian Holliday speaking at the Teacher Educator Conference 2013. The British Council event took place in India. Professor Holliday's keynote address was titled Authenticity, Communities and Hidden Potentials.

Applied linguistics research

Sensory Maps

sensory maps

Kate McLean is a graphic designer who brings to her work and discipline a deep awareness of the environment by highlighting the multi-sensory nature of human understanding.

Explore Kate's sensory maps 

Magna Carter Project

magna carta project

Our scholars are contributing to a major research project on Magna Carta, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council of the United Kingdom.

Read more about the Magna Carta project


Research collective on Social Justice

Our interest in social justice and political activism led us to create the Research Collective on Social Justice which now informs both our research and teaching.

Find out more about the research group

international centre for victorian women writers

The ICVWW aims to spearhead new and innovative research in the area of Victorian Women’s Writing, providing an international focus for scholars.

Visit the International Centre for Victorian Women Writers pages

centre for practice-based research in the arts

The Centre brings together arts practitioners from across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to develop and promote innovative practice-based arts research.

Find out more about the Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts


centre for kent history and heritage

The CKHH showcases the regional work of the Historians and Archaeologists in the School of Humanities at Canterbury Christ Church University.

View the Centre for Kent History and Heritage pages


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