Intercultural Communciation

FALL/WINTER (Tentative Schedule)

2018-19

ICC 2200G: Not 'Lost in Translation': Practice and Theory of Intercultural Communication
In our increasingly diversified and globalized world, we often need to collaborate to solve complex problems. Experiences in this course help you consider how you can use the theory and practices of Intercultural Communications to prepare you to be the best global citizen you can be. Reflect on a variety of personal and digital intercultural experiences, so that you do not get “Lost in Translation” between cultures!

Winter 2019 ICC 2200G Instructor: TBA Syllabus


ICC 2500F: Bridging Classroom and Community: Languages and Culture in Action (cross listed with German/Spanish/Italian/CLC 2500F)
Would you like to acquire lifelong competences that will allow you to build (self)-cultural awareness and interact meaningfully with other cultures in today's globalized world? Then Bridging Classroom and Community is your course! We will explore issues of identity, memory, immigration, prejudice, stereotype, and intercultural dialogue, while building a connection with our own London community, and its wealth of languages and cultures via collaborative projects between students and members of this community.

Fall 2018 ICC 2500F Instructor: TBA Syllabus

 

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