A series of videos from the Centre for the Study of Violence's launch event.
Centre for the Study of Violence
Our aim is to provoke fresh thinking about how violence operates in the modern world and the ways to challenge and overcome it.
We are an emerging Centre that seeks to expand dialogue on violence within and beyond the University of Bath.
Current members of the Centre come from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, bringing diverse disciplinary and methodological insights into the conceptualisation and study of violence.
We pursue dialogue that deepens understanding of the inter-relationships between different forms of violence and share a commitment to the prevention of violence and amelioration of its impact, including through education.
The Centre for the Study of Violence is part of the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies
- Pedagogies of violence
- Humanitarian futures
- Organised crime
- The politics of disappearance
- Psychologies of violence
- Genocide and mass killing
- Militarism and masculinities
- Gendered and domestic violence
- Ecologies of violence
- Security, science and technology
Our research informs the content of several courses taught at Bath. Alongside delivering dedicated units that focus directly on violence, our members provide research-led teaching and supervision at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels.
View the membership of the Centre for the Study of Violence.
A collection of research projects from members of the Centre for the Study of Violence.
A list of published books from members of the Centre for the Study of Violence.
A collection of publications, including journal articles, from members of the Centre for the Study of Violence.
An exhibition organised by the Centre for the Study of Violence fused art with politics and sociology to engage audiences in a complex and often hidden topic.
Professor Jason Hart of the Centre for Development Studies and Centre for the Study of Violence reflects on latest attacks in Israel and Gaza.
A two-week exhibition, opening next month and led by Prof Brad Evans, will focus on the challenges of human disappearance, both in the UK and around the world.
Maintaining authority, professional distance and ‘authenticity’ is hard among people who knew you pre-academia, Professor Brad Evans writes for the THE.
We are hosting a webinar series on the theme of “The Century of Violence” in partnership with UK’s longest-running philosophy Journal, The Philosopher.
The Centre for the Study of Violence recently hosted an event to share perspectives on the phenomenon of forced migration and refugee experiences.