Globalism Research Centre
The Globalism Research Centre rethinks the relationship between the global and the local in times of acute sensitivity to questions of social dislocation, economic inequity and political upheaval.
Primarily it aims to evaluate processes and directions of global change and continuity, and explore cultural-political questions on sustainable living in a globalising world. It also facilitates cultural dialogue across positive, evolving boundaries of diversity.
Founded in 2002, the centre’s engaged research focuses on globalisation, transnationalism, nationalism and cultural diversity.
The primary aim of the Globalism Research Centre is to evaluate the processes and directions of global change and continuity.About the Globalism Research Centre
These research concentrations are areas of expertise within the Globalism Research Centre in its work with communities, organisations and industry, and in terms of advancing academic debate.Research areas
The Globalism Research Centre's research projects.Projects
The Globalism Research Centre’s publications reflect its research strengths and focus.Publications
Researchers in the Globalism Research CentrePeople
News and events
The Globalism Research Centre hosts seminars and lectures that explore and engage in topical debates and discussions on key contemporary issues in globalisation, nationalism and cultural diversity.News and events