Rigor, Impact, Innovation
WE CONDUCT INDEPENDENT AND COMMISSIONED, INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH ON ART, CULTURE, GENDER, MYTH, AND RELIGION.
GRC conducts academic studies and policy research on culture, gender, religion, education, social psychology, population welfare, socio-economic development, and security. Our team has expertise in quantitative and qualitative research in multiple academic disciplines: cultural studies, gender studies, cultural anthropology, sociology, psychology, history, and religious studies. We utilize our research in educational programs.
The GRC team combines 60 years of experience and four doctoral degrees in scientific, policy-oriented, and public research in Canada, Europe, and South Asia. Our research has been conducted in universities as well as in non-profit and consulting organizations and we collaborate with world-class research partners. The Center’s research is presented in scientific papers, popular and professional reports, and in client-specific presentations.
Our book is out now!
Why do people queue up and break the bank to watch fantasy movies? Why do some fictional characters arrest our mind and senses? Why do some images and tales affect us so deeply? From heroic journeys to invincible goddesses, ‘Symbols and Myth-Making in Modernity’ explores the power of symbols and myths in human imagination today and in the past.