Blog posts written by students, alumni and researchers from
the Faculty of Humanities at The University of Manchester.
The Faculty of Humanities blog is a place for students, alumni and researchers to share their experiences/stories of studying, working, and teaching within the biggest faculty at The University of Manchester.
We hope that through these blog posts, prospective students will get a flavour for what life is like as a student within The Faculty of Humanities and that our alumni will inspire you to reach your goals.
Academics are on hand too, offering a simplified look at the ground-breaking research that’s currently taking place here as well as providing key information on our wide range of courses, from Archaeology to Politics and beyond.
Muneera talks about her role as a Policy Advisor at the UK Crown Civil Service and how she got there following her time at Manchester.
Julia Buxton shares with us some insights on drugs, illicit economies and violence.
Ben Douglas, a PGCE Secondary Mathematics student worked with Rainbow Haven, to set up and run weekly online maths tutorials for displaced people.
Matthew Pinker, a student of MusM Composition (Electroacoustic and Interactive Media) shares with us some insights into his time at Manchester.
Meet Pierre-Richard Agénor, in his academic spotlight, he talks about macroeconomics and development economics and his involvement in postgraduate teaching.
Meet Nicolette Butler, Senior Lecturer in Law and Programme Director for Law, with a fascination for International Economic Law.
Meet Marion Vannier, a Criminology Lecturer, with a passion for the sociology of punishment, criminal justice, and human rights law.
Rose Broad shares with us some insights on modern slavery and human trafficking.
Kyriakos Neanidis talks about his expertise and teaching in Manchester’s Economics department.
Vincenzo Bavoso talks about his expertise in corporate and financial law and his teaching at Manchester.