Members of staff are involved in teaching in the MLitt in Anthropology, Comparative Literature and Thought, Latin American Studies and Visual Culture. Additional to AHRC awards and College open funding, we have been successful in attracting postgraduate scholarships within the following College of Arts and Social Sciences research award project scheme: Translating Cultures: Literature, Music and the Visual Arts in a World Context (Film Studies and Visual Culture, Modern Languages, History, Music and Sociology) and Inter-disciplinary Approaches to Violence (involving researchers from Anthropology, Modern Languages, Politics and International Relations and Sociology).
Our areas of research strength are: twentieth-century Spain; contemporary and historical Mexico; visual culture; gender studies; history of science in Latin America and studies of citizenship and society. We welcome PhD applications in these broad areas. We also have ample experience supervising students with colleagues from across the College of Arts and Social Sciences.
The research profile and specific projects of our recent postgraduate cohort reflects the fact the diverse specialism and disciplinary backgrounds of members of staff. Please see our individual staff pages for specific areas of supervisory expertise and previous students.