Centre for Intercultural Studies
Hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Centre for Intercultural Studies brings together four graduate programmes:
- Comparative Literature
- Film Studies
- Gender, Society and Representation
- Translation Theory and Practice
The Centre for Intercultural Studies promotes exchange and interaction between diverse specialisms in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, with interdisciplinary programmes taught on an interdepartmental basis by staff who, between them, cover an exceptionally wide range of expertise.
This includes staff in the Departments of Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Italian, Scandinavian Studies, and Spanish and Latin American Studies, as well as the Slade School of Fine Art and Department of Information Studies.
Being a multi-faculty university with a broad range of subjects and disciplines located in the heart of multicultural London, UCL offers plenty of scope for intercultural study. Other contributing staff are based in:
- UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)
- UCL Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences
- UCL Faculty of Laws
- Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment
In addition to overseeing various interdisciplinary programmes, the centre organises a variety of research seminars and public lectures.