The Centre for Heritage at Kent (CH@K) is an interdisciplinary centre which brings together researchers and students from a variety of academic and professional disciplines, including archaeology, anthropology, law, geography, physics, heritage conservation and management, architecture and urban planning to develop high-quality interdisciplinary research and teaching on Heritage.
The Centre for Heritage at Kent aims to:
- Assist in the delivery of the MA in International Heritage and Law
- Enhance student experience through the PG Forum in Heritage Studies
- Develop innovative research programs and projects around themed clusters
- Organise highly visible events and conferences, targeting a diversity of audiences