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The Center for Spatial Data Science develops state-of-the-art methods for geospatial analysis; implements them through open source software tools; applies them to policy-relevant research in the social sciences; and disseminates them through education and support to a growing worldwide community of over 270,000 spatial analysts.
The Center for the Economics of Human Development houses a number of projects that collaborate with institutional partners from around the world.
Since its founding in 1996, the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality (CSGS) at the University of Chicago has become a major center for research and graduate training in gender and sexuality studies. CSGS has been committed to teaching, research, and active engagement at the University, while also reaching out to public areas where gender and sexuality come together with other political, artistic, and intellectual concerns.
The Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture (CSRPC) at the University of Chicago is an interdisciplinary program dedicated to promoting engaged scholarship and debate around the topics of race and ethnicity. We are especially interested in how these ideas and their structural manifestations impact and shape people’s daily lives. Researchers affiliated with the Center are committed to expanding the study of race and ethnicity beyond the black/white paradigm.
The University of Chicago Center in Beijing provides a physical presence to enhance and strengthen the University’s traditionally strong ties to Chinese thought and culture. Building upon more than a century of collaboration between scholars from Chicago and China, the Center in Beijing enables the University to expand existing activities and form new alliances and partnerships with universities, businesses, medical centers, policy groups, government agencies, and cultural organizations in China.
The University of Chicago opened a major new academic center in Delhi to support and expand opportunities for collaboration among scholars and students from India and Chicago across academic disciplines. The Center in Delhi is a home for research and education for University of Chicago faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates working in India and throughout South Asia, as well as Indian researchers and students representing a wide array of institutions, and scholars from around the world.
The Center in Paris is the University of Chicago's research and teaching arm in Europe, an intellectual community of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students representing our traditionally strong ties to European thought and culture. The Center is located in the 13th arrondissement, between the newly expanded campus of the University of Paris VII and the French National Library. .
The Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory (3CT) was created in 2004 by a group of seven faculty members from Anthropology, English, History, and Political Science. In our seventh year, the center continues to promote sustained comparative, interdisciplinary discussion of social processes and political practices in the contemporary world. Drawing inspiration from our successful eponymous lecture series, Theorizing the Present comprises a set of focused modules motivated by cutting edge research goals and experimental pedagogies which will address such pressing questions as: 1.
Started in 2017, the Chicago Center for German Philosophy is the most recent development in the University of Chicago’s rich history of scholarship centered on the German philosophical tradition. Working in collaboration with the Philosophy and German Departments, as well as the Committee on Social Thought, the Center sponsors various conferences, seminars, and workshops related to both contemporary and historical German philosophy. The Center is also a central partner in the ongoing philosophical collaboration funded by James Conant’s Humboldt project.
The Chicago Center on Democracy provides a space for both normative and empirical researchers to share, discuss, and refine their work on issues related to democracy. We share this academic work with the broader community of citizens, civil society organizations, and policymakers. We do this through convenings, publications, and public engagement.