Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Our faculty brings together scholars and students from across an extraordinary range of academic disciplines in a learning community that is dedicated to the discovery and enrichment of the arts, humanities and social sciences. We are artists, entrepreneurs, scholars and practitioners working on the pleasures and challenges of our times.
We actively encourage you to constantly explore and consider the real world applications of the subject you are studying. We give you unique access to opportunities to become articulate, critical thinkers who are adaptive and flexible for the ever-changing professional landscape.
Our cutting-edge research investigates ideas and practices relating to all aspects of human life and experiences. Our staff work with external organisations, from the Government to international businesses, ensuring that our research has a real-world impact.
We firmly believe that excellence in research and teaching in the twenty-first century can only be achieved with an international dimension.
We maintain a highly dynamic network of partnerships with internationally-renowned institutes.
University of Surrey’s ‘SMART’ study awarded £426k to make multilingual content accessible to all
The University of Surrey’s Next Generation Paper event will reveal the future of book technology
Our staff members
Professor of Translation Studies, Director of the Centre for Translation Studies, Associate Dean (Research)
Prof Sabine BraunI am Professor of Translation Studies and Director of the Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Surrey. In addition, I am currently Associate Dean (Research) for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. My research focuses...
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Associate Dean (Doctoral College) & Senior Lecturer in English Literature
Dr Allan Kilner-JohnsonAllan Kilner-Johnson is the author of Alan Hollinghurst and the Vitality of Influence (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), Masculine Identity in Modernist Literature: Castration, Narration, and a Sense of the Beginning, 1919-1945...
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