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School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

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Research with impact

Our research influences and engages with the wider community, in Manchester and beyond, in so many ways.

The School of Arts, Languages and Cultures at Manchester is committed to research that makes a contribution to addressing some of the major challenges that face the UK and the world.

American Studies impact case studies

Archaeology impact case studies

Art History and Visual Studies impact case studies

Centre for New Writing impact case studies

Classics and Ancient History impact case studies

Drama impact case studies

English Literature and Creative Writing impact case studies

French Studies impact case studies

German Studies impact case studies

History impact case studies

Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) impact case studies

Linguistics and English Language impact case studies

Manchester Dance Consortium impact case studies

Medieval Studies impact case studies

Museology impact case studies

Music impact case studies

Religions and Theology impact case studies

Russian and East European Studies impact case studies

About our research impact and public engagement

Our research benefits communities beyond academia, in Manchester, the UK and internationally.

The impact of our research is in a wide range of key areas:

More information about the impact of our research can be found on individual subject area web pages.

We strongly believe that the public engagement we are involved in through our research goes hand-in-hand with the social responsibility agenda that informs our teaching and community outreach activities.