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Research Centres

Jewish Studies at King's

Jewish Studies at King’s is an interdisciplinary network of students and scholars associated with King’s College London. Our research draws on anthropology, history, linguistics, literary studies, religious studies, sociology and related fields to explore Jewish life from antiquity to the present moment.

KCL Cybersecurity Centre

KCL Cybersecurity Centre is an EPSRC-NCSC Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR). It provides expertise on most areas of cyber security, it has a critical mass of researchers working on three main research themes and their interrelationship.

King's Contemporary British History

The study of Contemporary British History goes back to the 1960s, and was consolidated with the establishment of the Institute of Contemporary British History in 1985 by (Sir) Anthony Seldon and (Lord) Peter Hennessy. The Institute moved to King’s College London in 2010, and the new King’s Contemporary British History builds on this by creating a larger and more diverse enterprise, building on that distinguished tradition.

King's Water Centre

Researching water, environment and development. Our centre spans the humanities, social, and physical sciences to explore the challenges of water governance from global to local scales.

Network for Life-Writing Research (formerly CLWR)

Formely Centre for Life-Writing Research (CLWR), the network creates research-led events which aim to promote and increase understanding of life writing as a literary field, in association with visual and material arts.

London Shakespeare Centre

The London Shakespeare Centre is devoted to research, learning and teaching in Shakespeare and early modern drama and in early modern English literary studies as a whole.

Centre for Modern Literature and Culture

The Centre for Modern Literature and Culture is a forum for academics, writers and artists to explore, interrogate, dismantle and reinvent the notion of the ‘modern’.

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