Humanities Research Centres & Institutes
The Faculty of Humanities foster the continued growth of a research culture marked by academic and professional excellence, community relevance and interdisciplinary within diversity.
The dynamic research community of the Faculty of Humanities is coordinated by the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. The various research institutes, centres, units and groups have extensive links to the wider community and offer both consultancy and postgraduate supervision.
AAPI is a leading Curtin University research institute in the Faculty of Humanities established in July 2011.
The Centre promotes innovative digital practices and creative industries research, while also functioning as an 'ideas network' for interdisciplinary and cross-institutional collaborations.
CUSP aims to be a leading-edge, internationally renowned provider of research, teaching and policy advice in sustainability policy.
The CSTC is working towards positioning teaching and research programs at Curtin at the forefront of Sustainable Tourism in Western Australia.
The Centre for Human Rights Education is committed to the achievement, protection and promotion of human rights.
URBANET is a network of researchers with interests in city planning, urban design, regional planning, transport planning, sustainability and governance.