The University of Brighton fosters a thriving research culture across its disciplines with a major impact on scholarship, professional practice and the wider community. The organisation has pursued an explicit strategy of disciplinary and interdisciplinary research, inter-relating critical theory, contemporary practices and their histories. Research students are welcomed through the university's Doctoral College.
We have, through the evolution of a first-class research environment, generated fresh fields of interdisciplinary enquiry stimulating insights that question current practices and foster new understandings. We promote research excellence and support individual and collaborative research initiatives that, through productive enterprise networks, help to enhance society's understanding of human culture and creativity, past and present.
Paul Hopper's research and teaching interests revolve around globalisation, especially in relation to cultural conflict and the environment.
Join weekly seminars and public lectures from across the arts and humanities during term-time, as well as regular scholarly exhibitions and performances. Keep in touch with our full calendar of research and scholarly events in arts and humanities
Research at the University of Brighton is organised into Centres of Research and Enterprise Excellence, each with a formal management structure and an established reputation for producing outstanding research that is of international standing.