(Re)-Constructing Multiculturalism Research Network
Research Network on Multiculturalism
The (Re)-Constructing Multiculturalism Research Network is a university-wide interdisciplinary project which seeks to advance understandings of multiculturalism in all areas of political, social and cultural life.
The Network operates on four main levels, with events and activities focused on and including postgraduate research students, established academics, professional, industry and cultural workers and local communities.
Since 2010 the (Re)-Constructing Multiculturalism Network has funds two full PhD scholarships and two fees only scholarships annually. In 2013-14 there will be two full scholarships.
The network includes a research seminar programme, conferences, reading groups, a research-student-led blog, Full details can be found on the website and on Facebook.
In 2013 the network will be running a series of AHRC funded public engagement activities in collaboration with Butetown History & Arts Centre in which postgraduate students will develop their research in dialogue with local communities.
The Network is directed by Professor Chris Weedon (ENCAP) and Dr Paul Bowman (JOMEC).