Faculty of Arts and Humanities
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities includes departments in the Creative Arts and the Humanities.
Our departments are located across two campuses.
|Drama, Dance and Performance Studies||English|
|Fine and Applied Art||Politics, History, Media and Communication|
|Music||Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies|
The 2011 National Student Survey ranked the Departments of Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies and Fine and Applied Arts as top in the country for student satisfaction.
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
Here, we embrace a wide range of disciplines in the Humanities and the Creative Arts.
Students have the opportunity to study with outstanding researchers, some of whom are attached to our major research centres: the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies and the Andrew F. Walls Centre for the Study of African and Asian Christianity, as well as a range of international visiting professors and artists.
The Faculty has an excellent reputation for research undertaken by its staff. Staff are engaged in research in a wide variety of areas relating to the structure and functioning of the Creative Arts and Humanities
Our vibrant and growing Creative Campus, close to the city centre with easy access to the city of Liverpool’s exciting cultural scene, hosts the annual Cornerstone Arts Festival and provides opportunities for students to showcase their work at the annual Summer Show, whilst also drawing on our links with cultural bodies such as Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool.
Professor Nicholas Rees
|Humanities Team (Hope Park)||Creative Team (Creative Campus)||Office of the Dean|
Tel: 0151 291 3395
Tel: 0151 291 3457
PA to the Dean: Mr Adam Waddingham
Tel: 0151 291 3225
Faculty Executive Officer: Mr Chris Leyland
Tel: 0151 291 3366
Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies, English, and Music are all areas in which internationally excellent research is conducted.
In the most recent Research Excellence Framework, research in Theology and Religious Studies has been ranked as world leading. There is also internationally significant research expertise in Drama, Dance, History and Politics and growing research expertise in Media and Fine and Applied Arts.
The Faculty draws upon a host of links including
CPD in the Arts and Humanities
In the Faculty of Arts and Humanities we are committed to providing a selection of Continuing Professional Development opportunities.
We aim to create a menu of professional development opportunities within each of the six departments which comprise the faculty.
Some examples of development work being undertaken within the faculty are:
If you are interested in finding out about existing CPD opportunities within the Faculty or just want to talk about possibilities, please contact:
Dr Terry Warburton
Director of CPD
T: 0151 291 2151
For futher information of enterprise opportunities in the Faculty, visit our Enterprise pages