AHM is a research institute and doctoral school committed to the analysis of the remnants and narratives of the past in the present and the remaking of pasts into heritage, memory and material culture.
ASH represents and fostering the study of the human past from Antiquity to the present day, and its research, which concerns both themes (such as religion, the city, theater) and periods (such the Middle Ages or the Renaissance), is conducted from within an interdisciplinary perspective.
ARTES combines humanities and social science-based approaches to the study of Europe and other world regions. Its research concerns political, intellectual and institutional cultures in their national and transnational contexts.
The ILLC focuses on processes related to the encoding, transmission and comprehension of information. The ILLC is an AIHR research school, but it is also an independent, interfaculty research institute belonging to both the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Science.