The Department of Comparative Cultural Studies offers minors in Anthropology, Religious Studies, India Studies, and Global and International Studies. These minors present comparative perspectives on the many ways in which cultures organize families, communities, values and belief systems, and prepare students for the cross-cultural challenges and opportunities that they will encounter in our increasingly interconnected world.
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Dr. Farfan-Santos will discuss her new book Black Bodies, Black Rights: The Politics of Quilombolismo in Contemporary Brazil at a book-signing event at Brazos Book store September 6, 2016. Find Details Here.
Dr. Oliva commented on "Causality between Kant and Hume" at the ThirdBiennial "North America Kant Society" Meeting (Emory University, May 27-29, 2016).
Dr. Oliva is an Academic Visitor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford (UK) during the Trinity Term 2016.
Dr. Oliva connects the "Religious Studies Program" of the University of Houston with the "Ian Ramsey Centre for Science & Religion" of the University of Oxford (UK), directed by Prof. Alister McGrath.
On June 21 (2016), Dr. Oliva gives a talk about "Kantian Intuitionism" in "The Foundational Studies Research Seminar" of the University of Bristol (UK), directed by Prof. Leon Horsten.