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The Comparative and Cross-Cultural Studies (CCCS) research theme responds to the increasingly diverse cultural perspectives and approaches to research brought about by globalisation.

Our goal is to search for innovative methodological and theoretical approaches to cross-cultural and comparative studies with interdisciplinary research.

Find out more about our aims and objectives

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Untitled, by Simon Kaan. Oil on board, 2013.
Courtesy of the artist and Sanderson Contemporary Art.


Comparing Comparisons: Comparative Literature and the Rise of Comparative Studies

Find out about this symposium, held in October 2014


Activities and initiatives supported by the CCCS

We run interdisciplinary seminars and masterclasses.

We host international scholars delivering open lectures in the field of comparative and cross-cultural studies.

We organise and host international interdisciplinary symposiums and colloquiums.

We offer funding for innovative postgraduate research and financial assistance for presenting their research at conferences.


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