Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education

Schools and Subject Groups

School of Arts

Drama, Music and Screen more details »

Sarah Jane DickensonThe School of Drama, Music and Screen at the University of Hull is committed to providing a student experience which is second to none, students have the opportunity to develop both practical skills and intellectual understanding to a very high level. Our graduates often go on to become highly-regarded professionals in the cultural industries, in education and in related professions.


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Englishmore details »

Module informationThe English Subject Group at Hull has a proud reputation for producing outstanding research and delivering a first-class teaching experience. Our lecturers have expertise in a broad spectrum of literatures, from medieval to twenty-first-century literature, and our innovative BA programmes are designed to provide both chronological coverage and exceptional freedom of choice.


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Interdisciplinary Institutes

CultureNetmore details »

CulturenetCool creations, exceptional experiences and incredible individuals.

University of Hull is where creativity lives and breathes.

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CultureNet

Wilberforce Institute (WISE)more details »

WISEThe Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation. As an interdisciplinary research institute, WISE generates world-class research; provides a forum for academic discourse and interaction; and actively partners others in advancing public understanding of both historic and contemporary slavery, thereby informing political and social change.


WISE

Institute of Applied Ethicsmore details »

Institute of Applied EthicsThe Institute of Applied Ethics is the focus of research in applied ethics at the University of Hull. The Institute brings complementary interests across the university together in ways that provide a supportive and creative forum for the development of programmes and projects


Institute of Applied Ethics

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