The Department of Social and Human Sciences is an interdisciplinary endeavor searching for the understanding of social life. There are five main fields of knowledge and they include Spanish Literature, Social Anthropology, Administration and Political Science, Journalism, and Audiovisual Communication and Advertising. Its faculty lectures in the undergraduate programs of Journalism, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Fine Arts, Political Science and Public Management, as well as two master’s programs, New Trends in Anthropology, and Equality and Gender Studies. The department is responsible for three PhD programs: New Journalism Models, Applied Anthropology, and Women and Gender Studies. Department research efforts are grouped in three fields: Communication in the Autonomous Region of Valencia (GICOV); Economy, Culture and Gender (ECULGE); and Culture, Tourism and (Cooperation for) Development (CULTURDES).