Creativity and culture research

Our Creativity and Culture research covers a number of key areas including: Creative economy, cultural diversity, design, media & the arts, innovation and creative entrepreneurship.


Our Creativity and Culture research covers a number of key areas including: Creative economy, cultural diversity, design, media & the arts, innovation and creative entrepreneurship.

Here are a few example of our research in this area.

Victoria McCollum

Dr Victoria McCollum, Arts and Humanities Research Institute, talks about her research into how Ground Breaking Horror Films Engage and Reflect Social Conflict.

Adrian Hickey

Adrian Hickey, Centre for Media Research Institute, talks about his research into how we can use the media in a creative way to help people understand the world we live in.

Dr Kathryn White

Dr Kathryn White, Arts and Humanities Research Institute, talks about her aim to establish Samuel Beckett Studies at Ulster University.

Dr Linley Hamilton

Dr Linley Hamilton, Arts and Humanities Research Institute, talks about his research into how to grow, use and teach the “Jazz language”.

Dr Sandra Moffett

Dr Sandra Moffett, Business and Management Research Institute, talks about her research that aims to use knowledge management to make businesses more intelligent.

Dr Phil Ramsey

Dr Phil Ramsey, Centre for Media Research, talks about the relevance of public service broadcasting in an age where social media is a key element in society.

Dr Kyle Boyd

Dr Kyle Boyd, Art and Design Research Institute, talks about his research into usability and design of social media for an aging society.