Our research program is situated at the intersection of popular, professional and academic histories. It includes collaborative research and commissioned projects that cluster around five research nodes.
- Creative Histories: examining the methods and ethics of history-making
- Design + History: looks at the past, present and future of design, material culture and cultural history
- Digital Histories: uncovering digital methods and platforms for historical engagement
- Historical Cultures: the ways history is remembered and understood professionally and day-to-day in and outside the academy
- Histories of Knowledge and Education: the Histories of Knowledge and Education node explores education, institutions, and learning across the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences
- Law and History
- Work and Technology: this node explores how the future of work will be built on how we understand the past