{call for proposal} elements in intercultural communication

Elements in intercultural communication  ‘Elements’ are 20,000-30,000 pieces of academic work published predominantly in digital format. General overview here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/elements/cambridge-elements-information-for-authors Cambridge Elements information for authors Combining the best features of journals and books! Cambridge Elements are original, concise, authoritative, and peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific research, organised into focused series edited by leading scholars, and providing comprehensive coverage of the key […]

Read more

{academic workshop}“Dialogue with and among the Existing, Transforming and Emerging Communities” 

Academic Workshop   “Dialogue with and among the Existing, Transforming and Emerging Communities”  Wednesday, 16 June 2021, 09:30-17:00 For registration and more about the workshop, programme and speakers please visit http://www.dialoguesociety.org/workshop2021 The Journal of Dialogue Studies and Dialogue Society would like to invite you to the Academic Workshop entitled “Dialogue with and among the Existing, Transforming and Emerging Communities” on Wednesday, […]

Read more

{useful book} 4th Edition Intercultural Communication An advanced resource book for students

Author(s) Biography Adrian Holliday is a professor of applied linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Martin Hyde is an international education consultant. John Kullman is a sessional lecturer in applied linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Book Description Intercultural Communication provides a critical introduction to the dynamic arena of communication across different cultural and social strata. Throughout this book, topics are revisited, […]

Read more

{Third Space Lab} third-space methodology: Finding deCentred threads in small culture formation on the go

Third Space Lab – Guest Lecture Series – Adrian Holliday on Third Space Methodology Dear all, You are cordially invited to the guest lecture of the Third Space Lab by Dr. Adrian Holliday (Canterbury Christ Church University). We hope you will join us! Please RSVP here: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dbs44bUulnr63NY Date: April 9th, 2021 Time: 5 pm (China time)/5 am (EST)/10 am (UK time) Zoom Meeting ID: 936 1008 0413 Third-space […]

Read more

{newsletter} TESOL international association march 2021 issue

Link ICIS newsletter – March 2021 In this issue:  LEADERSHIP UPDATES •  LETTER FROM CO-CHAIR •  LETTER FROM THE CO-EDITORS ARTICLES •  SETTING THE STAGE FOR INTERCULTURAL ENGAGEMENT VIA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT •  ENGAGING LANGUAGE LEARNERS THROUGH GAMIFICATION •  PROMOTING ANTI-RACIST PRACTICES THROUGH INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION SURVEY •  INTERCULTURAL LEARNING AND LANGUAGE EDUCATION ABOUT THIS COMMUNITY •  MEET THE ICIS LEADERSHIP FOR 2021-22 •  INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION INTEREST […]

Read more

{interesting talks} Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality Spring and autumn 2021

Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality Spring and autumn 2021 Coordinated by Petra Daryai-Hansen, in collaboration with Natalia Morollón Martí, Natascha Drachmann, Stephanie Kim Löbl, Anna Lena Sandberg and Karoline Søgaard, Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies. All talks are online, and you can find the relevant Zoom-link in the individual talks below. Please register for the […]

Read more

{call for abstracts/ articles} Intercultural journal

Call-for-Abstracts/Articles: “Cyber Dystopia/Utopia? Digital Interculturality between Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism” While the cyber utopian thinkers of the early 1990s predicted the coming of a networked society in which the old hierarchical structures of business and culture would disappear, and the early 2010s, with the Arab Spring, the Occupy Movement and new ‘hacktivism’, appeared firstly as a progressive golden age of online […]

Read more

{call for submissions} Intercultural Communication Interest Section (ICIS_TESOL) Newsletter call for submissions.

Link CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Abstract  ICIS invites you to contribute to the Summer 2021 Newsletter. Submissions for this issue will be due on April 19, 2021. Feel free to contribute and to reach out to friends and colleagues who might also like to contribute.  We are looking for:  Feature articles (up to 1,750 words). Share your research projects, classroom practices, […]

Read more

{ONLINE SUMMER COURSE 2021} Unthinking and rethinking intercultural dialogue in education 21-25 June 2021

ONLINE SUMMER COURSE (2021) Unthinking and rethinking intercultural dialogue in education 21-25 June 2021   Co-organised by The Faculty of Educational Sciences (University of Helsinki, Finland) and The School of Education (Minzu University of China)   Course organisers and lecturers: Prof. Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki, Finland) and Prof. Mei Yuan (Minzu University of China) + invited speakers   COURSE […]

Read more

{new book} Intercultural Competence Past, Present and Future Respecting the Past, Problems in the Present and Forging the Future

Intercultural Competence Past, Present and Future Respecting the Past, Problems in the Present and Forging the Future Explores the benefits of teaching reflection upon one’s own culture to develop intercultural competence Sheds light on teacher’s feedback and students’ cultural differences and expectations Shows the closeness between language learning motivation and interculturality Editors: López-Jiménez, María Dolores, Sánchez-Torres, Jorge (Eds.) About this book: This […]

Read more

{Call for abstract} Important Update for 2021 March Workshop and Conference Information

Important Update for 2021 March Workshop and Conference Information We would like to inform all potential participants for this conference that the two-day event with a workshop on 20th March 2021 and an international conference day on 21st March 2021 will be run online on the same days, due to the current epidemic situation. Please notice the following changes: The workshop and conference will be run FREE for ALL […]

Read more

{Call for lightening talks} The Intercultural Communication Interest Section (ICIS) of #tesol International

TESOL Intercultural Communication Interest Section The Intercultural Communication Interest Section (ICIS) of #tesol International opens our 2021 call for Lightening Talks. Doctoral students are encouraged to submit a 200-word abstract describing their work in progress for the upcoming Lightening Talks hosted by ICIS on February 24, 2021. Send Submissions to: Jennifer Lacroix, Co-Chair (Elect) lacroixj@bu.edu

Read more

{Exciting event} Upcoming event by SIETAR Japan Chubu chapter on January 11th 2021

Upcoming event by SIETAR Japan Chubu chapter on January 11th 2021 Hi, everyone. Today I’d like to share an interesting event with you from a facebook group:TESOL Intercultural Communication Interest Section Click the link to follow this group if you are interested: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1136137089741342/permalink/3812707198750971/ Here is a post from the group: Dr. Darla K. Deardorff will run a virtual workshop on the […]

Read more

{Call for Proposal} ICC 2022 CALL FOR PROPOSALS OPENING JANUARY 2021

CERCLL-Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy will start receiving proposal submissions for the 8th International Intercultural Competence Conference: Decentering Mobility in Intercultural Education: Engagement, Equity, and Access.  Call for proposals will open in January 2021. Guidelines coming up soon! The 2022 ICC conference will take place on January 27-30 and will focus on the ways in which intercultural communication and the […]

Read more
1 2 3 5