Staff and students in the School of Arts engage in a wide variety of research projects across the fields of literature and writing, film and media, modern languages and language education, music, theatre, performance, and creative practice. Staff publish, present, and perform their research and creative projects nationally and internationally. In the recent Excellence Research Australia assessment exercise, the school was ranked at World Class in its main areas of research. In recent years the School of Arts has supported a lively program of visiting scholars, writers and illustrators in residence, and promotes theatre and music projects locally and nationally.
Higher Degree Research
Programs of study
The School supports a range of postgraduate courses including Bachelor Honours, Postgraduate Coursework and Higher Degree Research (traditional and by creative practice).
Seminars and Public Lectures
The School of Arts hosts regular Research Seminars during Trimesters 1 and 2, and a number of public lectures including the Gordon Athol Anderson Memorial Lecture and the Sir Robert Madgwick Lecture.
Research Groups and Networks
Researchers in the School of Arts are involved in research groups and networks that promote interdisciplinary collaboration.