The Centre for Historical
Research is one of the University of Wolverhampton's most
active Research Centres. The Centre has an established research
culture with a number of its publications classed as world-leading
in the last Research Assessment Exercise.
The centre sits with the School of Law,
Social Sciences and Commnications.
Research at the Centre for Historical Research aims to bridge
between past and present Britain and the rest of the world.
The Centre is led by a team of internationally
respected researchers; investigating topics as diverse as:
Class, Community and
Identity: building on established work on labour
movements, and developing new interests in popular culture, the
relationship between gender, class and identity and the uses of
Studies: military history; the history of intelligence
and security; terrorism, insurgency and conflict resolution.
History: migration and minorities; National Socialism
and the Second World War; post-war humanitarian assistance; the GDR
and German unification.
Consumption History: the early modern retail trade,
and the retailing and consumption of commodities for domestic
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