CMNH supports the research of individual scholars and practitioners whilst enabling and encouraging participation in collaborative research activity. Our key Research Areas, often developed over a number of years, bring together groupings of cognate researchers, encourage synergy between their work, and link our core activities: the organisation and hosting of events, production of publications and other research outcomes, building of scholarly and social partnerships, recruitment and nurturing of postgraduate students, and development of research funding applications.
This research area initiates new approaches in the social and cultural history of the Second World War and its aftermath.
This research area investigates the complexities, contradictions and contestations entailed in efforts towards ‘dealing with the past’
CMNH works with a wide range of local and community history organisations and projects to aid their search for funding and provide academic support.
This research area investigates the complex inter–relations between past, present and future within histories and memories of war and conflict.
This research area builds usable understandings of violent conflict and its human legacies.
This area addresses the role of historical representation in shaping radical cultural, aesthetic and political meanings of ‘race.’
This research area combines a number of disciplines in an exploration of contemporary heritage.
Medical histories at the University of Brighton.
CMNH’s in-house publication, Working Papers in Memory, Narrative and Histories
Previous research from the Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories.