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Affiliated Departments and Institutions

Next to the GCSC’s affiliation to the faculties of Social Sciences, History, Language, Literature and Culture, the centre is also involved in active cooperations with the Centre for Media and Interactivity (ZMI), the Centre for Eastern European Studies (GiZo) and other research groups or PhD programmes at JLU.

From its outstanding position among the four doctoral programmes joined in the Graduate Centre, the GCSC has initiated cooperative relationships with several other renowned research institutions situated at JLU. These interconnections with a wide variety of programmes contribute substantially to a thriving academic community in the study of culture.

The cooperating institutions focus on clearly delineated key topics in the study of culture that complement particular areas of the GCSC’s wide-ranging profile. The partners include the the Centre for Media and Interactivity and the Giessen Centre for Eastern European Studies. Each of these institutions adds a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives from their members’ particular backgrounds.

Affiliated Departments

The affiliated faculties are:

  • 03 Faculty of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies,
  • 04 Faculty of History and Cultural Studies,
  • 05 Faculty of Language, Literature and Culture.

 

For detailed information on the faculties’ different academic areas and on the various professors’ special interests, please see the websites of the individual faculties.

  • Faculty 03
    Social Sciences and Culture Studies: Educational Studies, Rehabilitation Psychology and Teacher Training for Children with Special Needs, Pedagogy and Teacher Training for Social Sciences, Political Science, Sociology, Art Education, Musicology and Music Education.
  • Faculty 04
    History and Cultural Studies: Classics, Protestant Theology, Catholic Theology, History, Art History, Turkology.
  • Faculty 05
    Language, Literature and Culture: Departments of German, English, Romance, and Slavic Studies, Department of Applied Theatre and Performance Studies.
  • Centre for Media and Interactivity
    The centre is involved in research on questions concerning the media.
  • Centre for Eastern-European Studies
    The centre was founded in 2006 and focuses on interdisciplinary research on the countries of Eastern Europe.
  • International PhD Programme in Literary and Cultural Studies
    This innovative doctoral programme, which starts each year in the winter semester, offers a clearly structured and research-oriented three-year study programme of a high academic standard.
  • Giessen Graduate Centre for Social Sciences, Business, Economics and Law (GGS)
    The GGS caters exclusively for doctoral candidates and post-doctoral researchers in the faculties 01, 02 and 03 at the Justus Liebig University Giessen. It also aims at doctoral candidates and post-doctoral researchers from other faculties whose research interests reflect the principle research areas of the GGS.

  • Research Group “Communities of Violence”
    The topic of this research project is the study of violent groups or social networks that successively emerge and stabilize within social and political environments.