Research Clusters

Our research clusters give a focus for research and scholarship at BGU and reflect both existing and developing curriculum areas

Children and Young People
The cluster provides a space for interdisciplinary research into a range of aspects of children and young people’s lives.

The main aim of the cluster is to:
Systematically undertake collaborative, interdisciplinary approaches to creating nationally and internationally recognised research to enhance critical understandings of childhood and youth, and improve children and young people’s lives.

More information on the current and former research projects and our academics working within this cluster will be coming soon.

Identity, Culture and Communication
The cluster draws upon the expertise and experience of the staff that formed the successful REF2014 teams in English and History, together with the work of other staff contributing to these and other disciplines in the School of Humanities.

The main aim of the cluster is to:
Stimulate and generate cross-disciplinary and collaborative humanities research activity relating to identity, culture and communication.

Please click here to find out more about the cluster.

Public Policy and Professional Practice in Education
The cluster draws upon the expertise and experience of staff working across the University engaged in preparing teachers for professional practice many of whom are housed in the School of Teacher Development where public policy and its operationalization are central. Other areas of public policy are also accommodated within the cluster.

The main aim of the cluster is to:
Encourage critical and contextualised inquiry in the field of public policy and professional practice in all phases of education

More information on the current and former research projects and our academics working within this cluster will be coming soon.

Transitions in Higher Education
The cluster provides a forum for those researchers concerned with transition into and within higher education nationally and internationally.

The main aim of the cluster is to:
Systematically review, develop and undertake collaborative, interdisciplinary research of national and international excellence with which to enhance knowledge, understanding, practices and experiences of higher education.

More information on the current and former research projects and our academics working within this cluster will be coming soon.

Wellbeing and Resilience
The cluster accommodates staff from a range of academic disciplines in the fields of wellbeing and resilience with particular attention paid to the medical humanities, contested medical models and reanalysis of determinants of wellbeing.

The main aim of the cluster is to:
Develop psychological and interdisciplinary research in the areas of wellbeing and resilience across the University drawing on the work of staff in psychology and health and social care at the University

More information on the current and former research projects and our academics working within this cluster will be coming soon.

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