Established in 2006 as an outgrowth of the Program for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, the Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality (CSWGS) at Rice encompasses interdisciplinary academic programs and research intensive opportunities. Visit their site here.
Humanities Research Center is committed to fostering connections among diverse disciplines while promoting the research goals of¬†the humanities broadly construed. The HRC¬†identifies, encourages, and funds innovative research projects by faculty,¬†visiting scholars, graduate, and undergraduate students in the School of¬†Humanities and beyond.¬†This involves supporting scholarly work, facilitating research between the School of Humanities and other areas of Rice¬†University, as well as leading institutional change by partnering with other foundations, centers, research institutions, and universities. Independent¬†initiatives are also taken by the HRC in order to incubate ideas and detect disciplinary changes that shape the future of the university. Visit their site here.
The Center was created to promote intellectual synergy and community among Rice faculty and graduate students whose work is informed by a deep and sustained engagement with critical and cultural theory and their ongoing development and permutations. Though housed in the School of Humanities, and drawing primarily on faculty and students from the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Architecture, 3CT welcomes and encourages faculty and students in any field whose work is framed by an intensive engagement with critical and cultural theory and its methodological innovations. Visit their site here.
Rice University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies program offers students the opportunity to study a variety of often interrelated medieval civilizations: European, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Asian, from the 4th to the 16th centuries. Our global and interdisciplinary program draws on a broad range of critical approaches and eleven departments - Anthropology, Art History, Classics, English, French Studies, History, Jewish Studies, Music, Philosophy, and Religious Studies. Visit their site here.