Cultures, Knowledge and History
This theme covers cultural and historical research across regional and international contexts and practices and incorporates: history, literature, linguistics, philosophy, cultural studies, Indigenous studies, anthropology and ethnography in many regions, cultures and communities.
Research centres and groups
A snapshot of some of our extraordinary research institutes and their initiatives captures the way we're working to transform the world.
Addresses ethical questions that arise due to advancement in the biological sciences, such as reproductive ethics, end-of-life decision-making, and the development of utilitarian and virtue-based approaches to ethics.
Promotes the study of the cultures, literatures, politics and histories of Jewish civilisation through intercultural and interfaith dialogue, and interdisciplinary research.
The program explores Indigenous knowledge systems and associated practices that supported diverse and successful lifeways across a range of environments in the ancient and recent past.
New ways of thinking about migration and social inclusion, bringing fresh insights into current policy debates.
Cognition and Philosophy Lab
Interdisciplinary research that looks at the science of consciousness, theoretical neurobiology, self and bodily awareness, and psychiatry and neurology.
Schools and centres
Our topics cover the regional, national and international; the historical and the contemporary; theory and practice. Researchers in the Faculty of Arts publish much of their research in international journals and books.
Whether you work for a company or run it, are in government, academia or involved in the not-for-profit sector, we invite you to discover how we can work together to make positive change.