We investigate topics that include the way borders and migration have informed contemporary architecture and street art in Europe, the ways in which modernist practices and ideas have informed the approaches to Fascist built environments, and the role of digital technologies in altering the perception in museums and sites of cultural heritage.
Scholars involved in this research area have published a number of publications around these topics. To find out more information, please visit academic members staff profiles. You can also contact members of staff for information on research supervision opportunities.
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