The Department of Comparative Cultural Studies is committed to collaboration and building lasting partnerships across our campus and beyond, and to community engagement in the greater Houston metropolitan area and Gulf Coast region. We encourage CCS faculty and students to learn more about our partners and their projects, which relate to and support our work in the academic fields of anthropology, religious studies, and liberal studies. We partner with these programs, centers, and organizations in order to learn from and with others, and to get involved in existing projects that highlight the value of social science and the humanities in our globalized and rapidly changing world.
Arab-American Educational Foundation Center for Arab American Studies
Blaffer Art Museum
Center for Public History
Digital Research Commons
Elizabeth D. Rockwell Center on Ethics and Leadership (Hobby School of Public Affairs)
Global Citizens Credential
Immigration Theory Workshop (Law Center)
The Project on Race and Capitalism (Department of History)
Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies
Community Partners (Houston and Beyond)
Bayou City Waterkeeper
Black. Migration. Houston.
Houston Climate Justice Museum
Sin Huellas Artist Collective (Detention Nation)
Undocumented Migration Project