Research at RICH
The Radboud Institute for Culture & History (RICH) aims to make a significant contribution to the understanding of the changing place of Europe in the world, and to the changing world of which Europe forms a part. As a successful and productive centre of excellence for Humanities research, our institute forms an important and unique central node; it is an interface for different academic cultural traditions, with a strong national and international network and reputation.
At RICH, researchers are affiliated with a research group. Within the group, which has a certain research focus as a connecting factor, researchers work together where possible. The RICH research groups are:
- Applied History
- Colonial Relations and Structures
- Critical Humanities
- Cultures of War and Liberation
- Memory, Materiality and Affect
- Patterns of Political Interaction
- Radboud Group for Historical Demography and Family History
- Representations of the City
- SCARAB: Studying Cultural Infrastructure and Reception Across Borders
- The Ancient World
- The Eighties: Austerity, Reform, Conflict
- Text Object Research Network
- Tourism, Travel and Text
- Transnational Europe
Researchers of RICH are involved in many different research projects. In this list, you can find an overview of our current projects.
Centre for Art Historical Documentation
The Centre for Art Historical Documentation (CKD) manages a large collection of visual material and provides services in the field of image research and delivery of image material. Read more.
The Radboud Institute for Culture & History (RICH) is involved in the Research Master's programme in Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies at the Faculty of Arts of Radboud University.