The school is made up of nineteen different subject areas covering a diverse range of Arts and Languages disciplines. Our work embraces the material, visual, linguistic, textual, social and performative dimensions of human society ranging from pre-historic times, through the classical and medieval periods, to the present day. For students, we offer the advantages of belonging to a specific subject area combined with the extensive choice and variety of being within a large and multi-disciplinary school.
For those interested in combined study or multiple languages
Introducing our suite of multidisciplinary study options for arts, languages and cultures students
Centres and Institutes
In addition to the courses available within the School's subject areas, a number of our Research Centres and Institutes also offer programmes of study, such as Creative Writing at the Centre for New Writing (CNW), Global Health at the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI), Art Gallery and Museum Studies at the Institute for Cultural Practices (ICP) and Medieval Studies at the John Rylands Research Institute (JRRI).
Explore more of our research centres, networks and clusters