Leeds Trinity University's flagship interdisciplinary and internationally renowned research centre is the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies (LCVS). Our most recent research centre is the International Research Centre for Interactive Storytelling (IRIS).
Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies
LCVS has a national and international reputation for the interdisciplinary study of the Victorian period. The research centre offers:
Established in 1994, LCVS has become one of the most active Victorian Studies centres in the country. We are UK course leaders in MA Victorian Studies and provide modules on literary, cultural, art and social history.
LCVS Director: Dr Nathan Uglow
LCVS co-Deputy Directors: Professor Rosemary Mitchell and Dr Helen Kingstone
MA Victorian Studies programme leader: Rev Dr Jane de Gay
Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies blogMeet the LCVS team
International Research Centre for Interactive Storytelling
The International Research Centre for Interactive Storytelling (IRIS) has been formed to explore new and emerging methods of storytelling through media and technology.
Read more about IRIS here
The International Centre for Higher Education Educational Research
The International Centre for Higher Education Educational Research (ICHEER) focuses on researching educational initiatives which take an innovative or social justice perspective.
Read more about ICHEER here
The Northern Nineteenth-Century Network (NNCN)
The NNCN brings together research academics and students at Leeds Trinity University, University of Huddersfield, University of Hull and University of Cergy-Pontoise in Paris to develop Nineteenth-Century and Victorian Studies research.Find out more about the NNCN
Make an enquiry
LCVS has a welcoming research community that can give you more information and answer any questions. Contact the LCVS Director, Nathan Uglow, with any general or specific enquiries on +44 (0) 113 283 7100
ext. 485 or firstname.lastname@example.org