CTTR University of Wolverhampton

CTTR Wolverhampton University

The Centre for Transnational and Transcultural Research (CTTR) is home to research in English Literature, Creative Writing, Religious Studies, Linguistics, Media Studies, Philosophy and Politics.  CTTR's members produce internationally recognised and world-leading research for the Research Assessment Framework (REF) subjects English Language & Literature (UoA27) and for Area Studies (UoA25). CTTR inspires, supports, and promotes a wide range of cutting edge research and public engagement activities that transcend traditional disciplinary and institutional boundaries. The research benefits from interdisciplinary cross-fertilisation, with shared initiatives, research supervisions, and impact. The blog can be found here.

CTTR hosts the AHRC-funded Novel Perceptions project, which uses a mixed methodology including Computational Literary Studies to understand the opinions of readers in the UK today.

Home page for the Centre for Transnational and Transcultural Research.

The University of Wolverhampton was previously represented in the CLARIN consortium by the Research Group in Computational Linguistics (RGCL), which was a founding member of the CLARIN-UK consortium in 2015. The Research Group in Computational Linguistics (RGCL) at the University of Wolverhampton was founded by Prof. Ruslan Mitkov in 1998 and was one of the leading research institutes in the UK. The group was well known for its high level research with strong international and inter-sector collaboration, and was renowned for its innovative NLP research and development of various NLP tools and resources.