Research work at the John Rylands Research Institute and Library is continually improving our understanding of people, cultures and societies around the world.
By stimulating interdisciplinary research, as well as activities such as cataloguing and projects, we are unlocking knowledge that makes a difference to people's lives.
Hannah Barker (Professor of British History, University of Manchester), Jeremy Gregory (Professor of the History of Christianity, University of Nottingham), Kate Gibson (University of Manchester).
Hannah Barker (Professor of British History), David Denison (Professor Emeritus of English Linguistics), Nuria Yáñez-Bouza, Sophie Coulombeau (University of York), Tino Oudesluijs, Cassandra Ulph, Christine Wallis (Research Associates, University of Manchester)
Rebecca Whiteley, Shreeve Fellow in the History of Medicine
Nil Palabiyik, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
Sonia Favi, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellow
Philip Alexander (Professor Emeritus of Post-Biblical Jewish Studies, University of Manchester), Alexander Sameley (Professor of Jewish Thought, University of Manchester)
Alan Williams (Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Religion, University of Manchester), Jake Benson (Research Associate, University of Manchester)
Stephen Parker (Professor in German Studies, Cardiff University), Matthew Jeffries (Professor of German History, University of Manchester) and Eva-Maria Broomer (Research Associate, University of Manchester)