The Centre for Research on Culture and Gender (CRCG) at the Department of Languages and Cultures supports research and scholarly exchange on questions of identity, difference and diversity in a globalized world from the perspective of critical inquiry and qualitative research methodology. The Centre brings together scholars and students from various disciplinary backgrounds in the arts, humanities and social sciences interested in the study of culture in intersection with gender and/or other identity markers such as sexuality, ethnicity, class, nation and religion.
MISSION STATEMENT: Read more about our mission and scope: What do we understand by the intersection between ‘culture’ and ‘gender’? Which disciplines and fields of theoretical enquiry and research questions and needs do we aim to cover? In what do we differ from other centres? What can we offer you?
VISION: Why is the study of culture/gender relevant and important, within academia, local communities, broader society and globally? What can we contribute?