The National Archives holds a unique position as a government department, leader of the archives sector, a major cultural institution, and an Independent Research Organisation.
Our research specialisms range from digital humanities to archival science, information management, conservation science, legal informatics, and historical collections.
Research-active staff at The National Archives contribute to pioneering, inter-disciplinary research projects; publish in peer-reviewed journals; speak at academic conferences; and participate in postgraduate teaching and supervision.
We are currently developing a set of research priorities to drive forward our research strategy and engagement.
The National Archives welcomes collaborative and inter-disciplinary research opportunities with academic partners.
Find out more about our research activities: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/our-research-and-academic-collaboration/