Research at London College of Communication
The research community at London College of Communication is made up of world-renowned practitioners and theorists specialising in film, current practices and histories of photography, communication studies, sound arts, graphic and information design, and spatial design.
Our research is supported by collaborations with industry, commerce and the cultural sector, funding from UK research councils, and through international partnerships.
LCC offers a supportive and exciting research environment for graduate researchers with seminars, lectures and events.
In recent years, graduate researchers have curated exhibitions, hosted conferences and produced publications of their work.
Find out about the benefits of studying a research degree at London College of Communication.
Refugee Journalism Project new report shows 64% of news broadcasts about refugees do not feature refugee voice
New research from the Refugee Journalism Project, based at London College of Communication, shows how the British broadcast media misrepresent refugees, migrants and asylum seekers by failing to adequately feature their voices in news
Sara Davidmann's exhibition 'My Name is Sara' highlights Holocaust trauma through generations
A new London exhibition of photography and video from award-winning artist Sara Davidmann reveals a personal story of trauma passed down through generations that began with the Holocaust.
London College of Communication researchers Professor Cathy Lane and Professor Angus Carlyle publish ‘Sound arts now’
‘Sound arts now’, published through Uniform books, is an exploration of contemporary artistic practices and theories with a conscious shift of reference away from the “white men from the global north”.
Unfolding Narratives 2: Manuel Francisco Sousa
To celebrate LCC's second doctoral work-in-progress show, we chat to PhD student Manuel Sousa about the power of documentary photography.