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Teaching and Research

Teaching and research are Keble's core activities. The College actively promotes links between these activities, and also promotes a distinctive ethos of interdisciplinarity among academics and students.

There are almost 100 individuals with research and/or teaching interests associated with the College. On the links to the left you can find a list of all our academics which provides information on their teaching and research areas, as well as an alphabetical listing.

Keble's Advanced Studies Centre was founded in 2010 to realise the potential for interdisciplinarity among the College's fellows and students. More about the ASC and college research and events associated with it can be found on its website

There are also a number of specialised research and reading activities, information on which can be accessed from the link to the left. These include:

The Research Centre in Victorian Political Culture was created in 2015 to explore the intellectual, religious, linguistic, literary, social, technological and economic developments shaping the public culture of Britain from the 1790s to the beginning of the 20th century.

Poetry at Keble brings together the Salutation and Cat reading group, the Meet the Poet series and a series of seminars under the title 'The Poet's Essay'. read more via the link to the left.