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The CRRE recovers and studies the work of labouring-class writers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, including John Clare, Robert Bloomfield and Henry Kirke White.
This research group draws together staff from the widest range of age phases and many different curriculum specialisms within the School of Education and the wider University.
The Colloquium for Historical Urban and Rural Studies operates as a humanities-based forum that focuses upon spatially related human activities in their contrasting urban and rural contexts.
PAUSE (EU LLP TOI) aims to remove attitudinal and discriminatory barriers to employment for immigrants and refugees by the production of interactive 3D scenarios to demonstrate and address the key attitudinal barriers to employment.