Turning Ideas into Opportunities
Comparative Romanticism Research Group (Romanticism@Western)
To provide a forum for studies in the literature, culture and theory of the Romantic Period (ca. 1770-1850) in an international and interdisciplinary context.
We do research on digital innovation, content analytics, lean big data, social media, and digital humanities. We thrive on solving problems that require to create a strong conceptual frame, analyze lots of data, and figure out people’s behavior. We partner with companies, institutions and researchers to tackle problems on digital strategy, leadership, digital consumer behavior, cultural analytics, social networks, digital banking, big data, and risk analysis in heritage preservation.
Experimental Phonology Research Group.
This is a cross-faculty, inter-campus Experimental Phonology research group invovling faculty and graduate students from Hispanic Studies and M.A. in Linguistics. our goal is to promote (collaborative) research by bringing together faculty and graduate students working on Phonetics and/or Phonology and to have training workshops. For more information, please contact Professor Yasaman Rafat
Middle East and North Africa Research Group
MENARG functions as a coordinating body for academic departments, professional schools and institutes within the University, promoting scholarly research and writing on all aspects of this part of the world.
Transatlantic Research Group
This research group is devoted to the study of relationships within the Spanish and Portuguese world as well as the development of the Spanish language and culture in North America, and the subsequent realignment of the Spanish Cultural World.
For a complete listing of Research Groups in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, please click here.
International Centres and Institutes
As a core part of Western's research mission, all centres, groups and individual scholars at Western strive to collaborate internationally, as well as to create and share knowledge around the globe. Some of our research centres and groups have very specific international themes or goals.
Western International has identified research centres and groups at Western that are focused on specific issues and topics that are international or cross-cultural in nature. For a complete listing, please click here.