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Humanities research

The Humanities Research Centre brings together the work of English, Stage and Screen and History and is based at City Campus. The research centre supports the research funding, strategy and development of the three humanities areas

Michael O'Donnell

Humanities - Minority Language Rights in Arizona, 1960–2000


Alex Wilson

Humanities - Pretend You’ll Survive… Yorkshire Arts Association Film and Video (1970-1991)

Staff profiles

Susan McPherson

I am currently a Senior Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century Literature at Sheffield Hallam University.

Heritage research at Sheffield Hallam University

Heritage research at Sheffield Hallam is located mainly in the Humanities Research Centre, which houses English and history, and in the Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute.

Staff profiles

Sheldon Hall

Senior Lecturer at the Humanities Research Centre

Research outputs

Information of staff research undertaken by the Humanities Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University

Staff profiles

Matthew Stibbe

I was educated at the Universities of Bristol and Sussex, and spent a year as an exchange student at the Humboldt University in Berlin. My first full-time lecturing post was at the University of Wales, Bangor, and I also worked for four and a half years at Liverpool Hope University before joining Sheffield Hallam in 2003. I became a Reader in 2007 and a Professor in 2010. I am a specialist in twentieth-century German and European history, and am currently secretary of the German History Society

Maxine Broadbent

Humanities - Women in Crime and Thriller Fiction between 1951 and 1961


Art, Simulation and Surgical Humanities

This network project is to support interdisciplinary exploration of the potential for identification of shared research agendas within the contexts of visual art, music and medicine.


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