What is Intercultural Studies?
In our study of culture, we emphasize ‘inter-’ as a way of thinking critically about the relationship of socio-political processes, disciplinary knowledges, and geopolitical conditions with cultural representations such as film, television, photography, visual art, video games, and social media. ‘Inter-’ suggests drawing from different perspectives and methods including critical theory, film and screen studies, anthropology, history, urbanism, science and technology, and ecocriticism to uncover new frameworks for representing, understanding, and confronting urgent issues and challenges like inequality, overconsumption, migration, and climate change.
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