ResearchResearch activities contribute to the building of stronger, cleaner and fairer communities
The interests of our academic staff, postdoctoral research fellows and visiting professors means we offer a stimulating and diverse research environment. There is an active programme of seminars and other opportunities to become part of a vibrant research-engaged community.
Our reputation is well-established through internationally recognised publications, a thriving research environment, and externally funded research and consultancy.
Research Centres and Groups
The School pursues research through the following Research Centre and Groups:
- Crime, Harm and Justice
- Critical Autism and Disabilities Studies
- Education for Social Justice
- Law and Justice
- Race, Gender and Sexualities
- Space and Place
- Sustainability - Policy, Practice, and Pedagogy
Research Degree Programmes
The wide range of research activities in the School, together with the mix of academic staff, post-doctoral research fellows and visiting professors, allows us to offer a stimulating and diverse postgraduate environment. Read more about Research Degrees at LSBU.
Dr Greta Franklin-Brown's PhD examines attitudes to education to support black British Caribbean women fulfill their academic potential.