Centres, Institutes and Groups
Western ranks as one of Canada’s top research-intensive universities.
Social Science at Western transcends disciplinary boundaries while recognizing the excellence of individual scholars and research groups who work in more narrowly defined areas.
Affiliated Research Groups
Faculty, graduate and undergraduate students engaged in digital research meet regularly to work on projects, use equipment, learn new skills and share goals, accomplishments and challenges.
The Jewish Studies Program is an inter-disciplinary program that offers courses on Main Campus, at Kings, and at Huron that cover all the major areas of this diverse subject: Jewish History, Bible, Rabbinics, Jewish Thought, Jewish Literature, Jewish Art, Hebrew Language, and Israel Studies
MENARG functions as a coordinating body for academic departments, professional schools and institutes within the University, promoting scholarly research and writing on all aspects of the Middle East and North African part of the world.
Research initiatives are centered on the global study of MENA countries and peoples, including immigrants to Canada from the region and their ongoing relations to the MENA countries.
NiCHE brings together historians, geographers, and other researchers who study nature and humans in Canada's past.
We offer a forum for the field, support collaboration among scholars, and ensure that this research is shared with policymakers, scientists, and the Canadian public.