Italian Studies research
The research undertaken by Italian Studies at The University of Manchester is internationally recognised, interdisciplinary and wide-ranging.
The John Rylands Library houses a world class holding of early Italian printed books from the Spencer, Christie, and Bullock collections.
We focus in particular on linguistics, translation studies, literary journals and history of the book, intellectual history and cultural politics from the Medieval to the modern period.
The research culture is further enhanced by the presence of Visiting Professors and Lecturers from Italy and the USA, participation in the interdisciplinary seminars held by the Italian Forum, and two or three major research events per year.
Our research influences and engages with the wider community, in Manchester and beyond.
We offer expert research supervision and training in Italian language, history and culture.
We are consistently highly ranked for our innovative research in Modern Languages and Linguistics.
Benefit from creative professional development via a dedicated Graduate School and have access to one of the UK's leading research libraries, as well as the resources of the University's state-of-the-art Language Centre.