Research at the Centre focuses on the work of such movements as Deconstruction, Social and Political Thought, Continental Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, Visual Culture, Marxist Theory, Post-Humanist Theory, Linguistics and Rhetorical Theory, 18th & 19th Century Philosophy and History of Thought. More broadly, it is concerned with the questions raised by these movements, and with constructing a dialogue both between theory and its history and between the disciplines or discourses that have contributed to contemporary theory.
Faculty and students at the Theory Centre conduct research in a number of interdisciplinary fields. Learn More
Often founded by students, reading groups are an important part of the research-friendly environment fostered by the Theory Centre. Learn More
More than 150 Master's and PhD students have successfully completed the program of Theory and Criticism since its inception. Learn More