The UCL African Studies Research Centre (ASRC) serves as a nexus of collegial interaction and education for ongoing projects across the continent.
Through our graduate programmes we draw together various research centres grouped as the Centre for Multidisciplinary and Intercultural Inquiry (CMII).
Our areas of expertise include translation theory and history, audiovisual translation, literary translation and performance, translation technology and interpreting.
The Centre is dedicated to the study of the diverse cultural, economic and social exchanges between early modern states in the Old World and beyond in the period 1450-1800.
The UCL Health Humanities Centre draws together staff from different disciplines, departments and faculties engaged in teaching and research on matters relating to health, illness and well-being.
We bring together the college's expertise in Dutch Studies and we run a full programme of research, teaching, publications and events.