The Chair of Cultural Studies was established in 1994. It unites the emphases of British cultural studies, anthropology, religion studies and some of the most intriguing insights from contemporary sociology and philosophy. In this sense, it represents a unique encounter of the humanities and social sciences.
The Chair offers undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programmes in Cultural Studies that appeal to curious and fastidious minds. They provide students with a broad understanding of the various layers of cultural reality, allowing them to move between different planes of contemporary cultural landscapes, ranging from the vibrant world of values, aesthetics, and religions to lifestyles and identities.
The Cultural Studies community is a strongly connected network of researchers, teachers, specialists and students that are not only active in the academic field, but also actively and creatively help shape the world we inhabit in a broader socio- cultural context.