WRoCAH is primarily a doctoral training centre, supported by the broad expertise and existing networks across the White Rose Consortium.

Research and training activities across the consortium happen in different ways – click on the links below to find out more.

  • Academic Subject Clusters

    English and Cultural Studies

    The White Rose English schools offer internationally-recognised research expertise in every area of the study of English Literature and Language, with specialism in writing world languages from classical to the modern period.

    More English and Cultural Studies
  • WRoCAH White Rose Networks

    New for 2017: The Future of Holocaust Memory

    The Future of Holocaust Memory Network Lead: Professor Sue Vice, University of Sheffield Such recent events as the death of the Auschwitz survivor Elie Wiesel, and the ‘last great war crimes trial’ of John Demjanjuk, typify the changes that are taking place in how the Holocaust is remembered and represented as it passes out of living…

    More New for 2017: The Future of Holocaust Memory