Research centres in the School of Geography
The School of Geography at QMUL hosts, or co-hosts, five research centres as well as The Queen Mary Latin America Network (QMLAN):
- QMLAN is a network of scholars from the humanities and social sciences working in and on Latin America and the Caribbean region. The network aims at facilitating contact, collaboration and intellectual exchange between academics and practitioners based within and beyond Queen Mary.
City Centre: researching city lives and connections
- The City Centre conducts theoretical and applied research on cities, builds urban research across the human geography themes, and develops links to other research at Queen Mary and outside the academy.
- This centre is a formal partnership between Queen Mary and The Geffrye Museum of the Home. It is an international hub of research, knowledge exchange and public engagement activities on past and present homes.
- This centre aims to facilitate, promote and develop interdisciplinary work on migration at Queen Mary. It hosts a programme of events, seminars, workshops and conferences through the academic year that explores migration from diverse disciplinary perspectives. The centre is committed to acting as a focal point in London for research related to migration and to offer opportunities to scholars of migration within and beyond Queen Mary to share and develop their work through participation in the centre's events and publications.
- This centre is a joint initiative with the School of Politics and International Relations and the School of Business and Management to foster interdisciplinary research, and a more critical approach, to the intersection of issues of globalisation, security and development.