University Research

Under the direction of the Dean of the Faculty, Halima Mecheri-Mordi, and her dean’s team, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities is made up of a team of researchers working in multiple areas of expertise: History, Literature, Languages, Foreign Literatures, Foreign Civilizations, Culture, Media, Cinema, Marketing, Psychology, International Relations, Political Science and Philosophy.

In each of these areas, we innovate in terms of theoretical, methodological and pedagogical content, while remaining as close as possible to field practices and major research issues. This work is essential to university training, as it combines theory and practice to offer a comprehensive curriculum that is as close as possible to tomorrow’s professional requirements.

FLSH research can thus be described as multidisciplinary, as defined by HCERES (Haut Conseil de l’évaluation de la recherche et de l’enseignement supérieur). Indeed, the work carried out shows “interaction and cooperation between several disciplines around common objects and projects”. Each year, this dynamic has led to a number of research projects (interdisciplinary seminars, study days, interdisciplinary publications, international symposia, etc.), in conjunction with the MUSE (ComMUnication, Société, Environnement) laboratory of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and the ETHICS (Ethics on experiments, Transhumanism, Human Interactions, Care & Society) laboratory of the Catholic University of Lille:


  • Chaire Mondes émergents (CReME), Emerging Worlds Chair
  • PsyCOS research team 
  • Ethics of Influence Research Team
  • Erasme Project
  • Ephemer Project 
  • Culture’Com: the magazine

The research team

The team of researchers at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the Catholic University of Lille is divided into two teams: The Muse laboratory team and the Psycos team of the Ethics laboratory.  Discover their fields of research and their curricula vitae.

The research team




books and 34 book chapters in 2021-2022


research articles and 24 editorial activities in 2021-2022


conferences in 2021-2022

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