From classical history to the cutting-edge of digital technology, from performance methodologies to auditory processing, Plymouth’s research across the arts and humanities embraces innovation and impact.
Through the work of experts within the Institute of Digital Art and Technology (i-DAT) and Innovation for the Creative and Cultural Industries, much of the work is done in conjunction with partners such as Arts Council England or premiered through events such as the Cultural Olympiad.
While channelled through the Pedagogic Research Institute and
Observatory (PedRIO), the University boasts a breadth of
knowledge and expertise range across all aspects of HE