A multitude of resources are available for students in the Center for Intercultural Studies.
Center for Global and Intercultural Study
The Center for Global and Intercultural Study (CGIS) was founded in July 2009 to provide a wide variety of global engagement and learning opportunities to the University of Michigan community. CGIS programming serves students with diverse academic interests at international and domestic sites on every inhabited continent.
Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research
The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research responds to the challenges of globalisation, migration and growing cultural diversity through sound theory and research.
Centre for Studies in Otherness
The Centre works to initiate vigorous and productive interventions into nominal areas of otherness as a site for critical, socio-political, cultural, and literary exploration.
Communication for Sustainable Social Change
Communication for Sustainable Social Change (CSSC) is an independent organization created as a "Center of Excellence" within the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, the flagship school of the state's five campus university system.
Indiana Center for Intercultural Communication
ICIC conducts internationally-recognized research on language and intercultural communication; provides practical training in language and culture for specific purposes that is informed by its research; and applies its expertise to benefit the wider community.
Institute of Cross-Cultural Studies (Korea)
This Institute aims to explore not only the universality and diversity of human culture but also the characteristic features of each countries' culture. The Institute emphasizes cross-cultural perspective and scientific methodology in its analyses.
Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies
We are a research institute composed of professors, associate professors and lecturers who share a common interest in cultural issues in language and communication or discourse. We see discourse as a site of cultural interaction and competition, at both lay and scientific levels, and therefore seek to identify, highlight and subvert discourses of cultural domination on the one hand and on the other hand to advocate discourses of cultural co-existence, cooperation and change. As object of enquiry we study both Chinese and international discourses and strive to achieve theoretical and methodological innovation by taking not only interdisciplinary but also multicultural perspectives. We welcome exchanges of international research students and scholars in the relevant fields.
Intercultural Management Institute
The Intercultural Management Institute provides customized training for effective communication, negotiation and leadership across cultures. We consult with organizations across sectors and train personnel to recognize and manage cultural differences, using them as positive leverage in the global marketplace. We provide academic courses, workshops, symposia and conferences covering a wide-range of topics dealing with intercultural relations.
Intercultural Open University Foundation
The mission of Intercultural Open University Foundation (derived from the progressive thinkers in adult education in the USA, Mexico and Europe, and theorists on person centered graduate education) is grounded in the belief that education, research, and capacity building is a key element in resolving pressing global problems. In an intellectual setting where disciplinary boundaries are easily crossed and collaborative learning is emphasized, learners are encouraged to develop programs focusing on social relevance and the ways in which the world's peoples, with their multiple and conflicting interests, are to live together peacefully and justly.
Kent State University - Center for International & Intercultural Education
The Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education serves as an international and intercultural resource for students and faculty of the College and Graduate School of Education, Health and Human Services and to the greater Kent and world community.
Kobe University (Japan) - Graduate School of Intercultural Studies
In order to study the state of cultures in modern societies, and to find ways to take on such contemporary issues as intercultural conflict and dispute; it is necessary to look into each regional culture, study intercultural exchanges, and cultivate the ability to investigate the state of world culture under globalization. To achieve this objective, the Graduate School of Intercultural Studies offers the following two departments "Cultural Interaction" for the multidimensional study of intercultural exchanges based on studies of each regional culture; and "Culture and Globalization" for studying the contemporary phase of cultures under globalization.
Rikkyo University (Japan) - Graduate School of Intercultural Communication
The Rikkyo Graduate School of Intercultural Communication is designed to educate and train communication experts and specialists in four different fields: Intercultural Communication, Environmental Communication, Language and Communication, and Interpreting and Translation.
In the Intercultural Communication stream, the theories and practices of intercultural communication are studied, including interpersonal communication, organizational communication, as well as communication with developing countries and issues concerning multicultural societies.
Institute of Cultural Studies at Tbilisi State University
Institute of Culture Studies was established in 2006 at the Faculty of Humanities. It was emerged on the basis of the Department of History and Theory of Culture. Institute offers the educational programs in Cultural Studies on the BA, MA, and PhD levels. Since 2009, as a result of the collaboration with the Department of International Relations and the Department of Political Sciences (Faculty of Social and Political Sciences) a new MA Program "Nationalism and Ethnicity Studies" was opened.
University of Louisville - Center for Intercultural Communication
The mission of the Center for Intercultural Communication is to promote the study of intercultural communication in the new century. The Center publishes an online journal, online monographs, and online books.
University of Florida - Intercultural Communication Institute
The mission of the UF ICI is to bring together the resources of the university to promote research, education and training in ways to better understand and bridge the cultural differences that both enrich and challenge us.
University of Manchester (UK) - Centre for Translation and intercultural Studies
We are leading researchers and trainers in our fields, offering a comprehensive portfolio of MA courses in translation studies, conference interpreting and intercultural communication. We combine practical training with critical reflection on the challenges of translation, interpreting and cross-cultural communication.
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee - Institute for intercultural Research
The Institute for Intercultural Research (IIR) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee addresses the needs and responds to the concerns of communities of color through research, public service and information resource sharing.
In partnership with faculty, staff and community members, the Institute conducts scholarly research and sponsors public forums to address a variety of intercultural issues
University Osnabruck (Germany) - Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural
The Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies is an international and interdisciplinary research center of the University of Osnabrück. It deals with spatial mobility and intercultural encounter in history and the present, and investigates the conditions and consequences of migration flows. An additional focal point is intercultural problems in the absence of migration backgrounds and overall support for intercultural competence. Additional activities of the IMIS are information for the (expert) public, coordination of research on migration and interculturality, documentation and consultation, i.e. development of recommendations for action.
Center for Intercultural Dialogue
The Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) is a project of the Council of Communication Associations (CCA). As such, CID broadly represents scholars in the discipline of Communication, but has a specific mandate to directly serve those who are members of any of the 8 member associations of CCA. The goal of the Center is to approach intercultural dialogue at two levels: to encourage research on the topic of intercultural dialogue, but to do so through bringing international scholars interested in the topic together in shared intercultural dialogues about their work.
The British Council is the UK's international organization for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We are on the ground in six continents and over 100 countries, bringing international opportunity to life, every day.
Anna Lindh Foundation
The purpose of the Anna Lindh Foundation is to bring people together from across the Mediterranean to improve mutual respect between cultures and to support civil society. - See more at: http://www.annalindhfoundation.org/about#sthash.ub2WiPJg.dpuf
Arab West Foundation
Established in 2005 as a non-profit organization, the Arab-West Foundation is registered in the Netherlands as Stichting Arab-West Foundation. Our aim is to encourage and promote tolerance, understanding and dialogue between Muslim and non-Muslim communities and societies as well as the Arab and Western Worlds.
Center for Arab-West Understanding
Located in the leafy Cairene suburb of Maadi and run by volunteers, CAWU is dedicated to promoting intercultural dialogue and bridging the gap between communities in the Arab World and between the Arab World and the West.
Center for Intercultural Dialogue and Translations
CIDT carries out commercial translation projects for international and local organizations in Cairo, as well as for a growing number of clients in Europe and elsewhere in the Middle East. Our translators and editors are highly experienced in a wide range of translation activities. Not only is our work fast but our native language editors proof read every article and translation to ensure that the work you receive is accurate in every way.
The Asia-Europe Foundation promotes greater mutual understanding between Asia and Europe through intellectual, cultural and people-to-people exchanges. Through ASEF, civil society concerns are included as a vital component of deliberations of the ASEM. ASEF was established in February 1997 by the participating governments of ASEM and has since implemented
over 500 projects, engaging over 15,000 direct participants as well as reaching out to a much wider audience in Asia and Europe.
Center for Social Relations
The Centre for Social Relations is a new interdisciplinary applied research centre; our work explores the multiple drivers for the most pressing problems for pluralist diverse societies today through the multiple lenses of ethnicity, belief, socio-economic factors, inter-generational or cross-community relations. The Centre's work takes a local, regional, national and global approach to these issues with a special interest in young people. The research team includes experts in participation and employment, skills development, participatory public engagement, community relations and tension monitoring, inter-cultural dialogue, sectarian conflict, and interfaith relations.
Border Crossings creates new intercultural, multi-media theater in response to the contemporary globalized world.
Intercultural Dialogue Institute of Canada
Intercultural Dialogue Institute is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to advance social cohesion via(through) personal interaction by promoting respect and mutual understanding among people of all cultures and faiths through dialogue and partnership.
Center for Global Communication Studies
The Center for Global Communication Studies (CGCS) is a leader in international education and training in comparative media law and policy. It affords students, academics, lawyers, regulators, civil society representatives and others the opportunity to evaluate and discuss comparative, global and international communications issues.
UBC Center for Intercultural Communication
The UBC Continuing Studies Centre for Intercultural Communication (CIC) aims to provide transformative educational experiences that challenge conventional attitudes and practices, and foster respectful intercultural leadership and engagement across differences. In a world that is increasingly interconnected, CIC provides programs and services for individuals and organizations to promote effective intercultural communication, cross-cultural intelligence, diversity and inclusion.
The UNESCO Crossings Institute for Conflict-Sensitive Reporting and Intercultural
The UNESCO Crossings Institute for Conflict-Sensitive Reporting and Intercultural Dialogue launched at the University of Oregon in 2013, with offices at the School of Journalism and Communication Turnbull Center in the White Stag block in Portland and in Gerlinger Hall on the UO campus.
Center for Intercultural New Media Research
While the 20th century was marked by the development of powerful mass media platforms, the 21st century is witnessing an explosion of new media technologies situated at the crossroads of interpersonal, intercultural, and mass communication. Information and communications technologies (ICTs), including social media, mobile phones, text messaging, email, multi-media on-line games (MMOG), and blogs, enable humankind to connect interpersonally across cultures and nations in ways unimagined until the dawn of the 21st century. Unlike 20th century mass media, new media are technological extensions of private and public selves - mobile platforms that empower each human being to communicate personally with a multiplicity of others across space and time.
Center for International Higher Education
The Center for International Higher Education defines its mission to be advancing knowledge about the complex realities of higher education in the contemporary world.
The Center has developed several areas of activity. This website contains detailed information concerning our work
Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research
The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research responds to the challenges of globalisation, migration and growing cultural diversity through sound theory and research.
Since it's establishment in 2005, the Coexistence Trust has worked to address the common threats of Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.
We focused our work on improving relations and building networks of trust and understanding among British Muslim and Jewish students on university campuses in the UK.
Council for International Exchange of Scholars - Fulbright Scholar Program
The Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), the scholar division of the Institute of International Education (IIE), is well known for its expertise and extensive experience in conducting international exchange programs for scholars and university administrators. For the past sixty years, CIES (www.cies.org) has administered the Fulbright Scholar Program, the United States flagship academic exchange effort, on behalf of the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA).
Counterpoint offers a new kind of strategic advice designed to tackle emerging forms of cultural and social risks and their impact on politics, policy, markets and security.
The Dialogue Society is a registered charity, established in London in 1999, with the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting communities, empowering people to engage and contributing to the development of ideas on dialogue and community building. It does this by bringing people together through discussion forums, courses, capacity building publications and outreach. It operates nation-wide with regional branches across the UK. It was founded by British Muslims of Turkish background inspired by the teachings and example of Muslim scholar and peace advocate Fethullah Gülen. The Dialogue Society is not a religious or ethnic organisation. It aims to facilitate dialogue on a whole range of social issues, regardless of any particular faith or religion. It stands for democracy, human rights, the non-instrumentalisation of religion in politics, equality and freedom of speech.
European Wergeland Centre
The European Wergeland Centre (EWC) is a resource center for education professionals, researchers, civil society, policymakers, parents and students.
EWC was established by the Council of Europe and Norway to support member states to bridge policy, research and practice in the field of education for democratic citizenship, human rights and intercultural understanding.
Global Dialogue Foundation
The Global Dialogue Foundation principal purpose is to:
Strengthen the role of civil society organizations to promote intercultural dialogue, cultural diversity and inclusion at grassroots level within their own countries and across them globally
Initiate and promote dialogue and collaboration for increased understanding among cultures and civilizations globally
Maintain the identity of original traditions; fostering their impact on the development of mainstream society
Strengthen the voice of the Asia Pacific Region in the debate on dialogue and understanding among peoples and cultures
Contribute significantly in supporting the work of the UN Alliance of Civilizations
Improve relations within and between all cultural, ethnic and religious groups, including all minorities, majorities and migrants in the country, preventing persistent tensions and divides via dialogue globally.
Welcome to the Global People website and resource bank. This site is for people who wish to become more effective at working across cultures. It provides access to new research, current thinking and practical resources to help achieve this.
The Global People initiative grew out of a major collaboration between UK and Chinese universities, the eChina-UK Programme, but the scope of its work goes beyond the UK and China to address issues that affect all intercultural partnerships. We are continuing to update the site as we explore other aspects of intercultural interaction.
Global People Project
Global people project promotes global learning through creative and digital innovation.
We are a team of creatives, technologists, entrepreneurs, and producers who pioneer new approaches to engagement in today's digital landscape.
Greenfield Intercultural Center
The Albert M. Greenfield Intercultural Center is Penn's resource for enhancing student's intercultural knowledge, competency, and leadership through our programs, advising, and advocacy.
Institute for Cultural Diplomacy
Founded in 1999, the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy is an international, not-for-profit, non-governmental organization with headquarters in Berlin, Germany and the USA. The ICD´s ultimate goal is to promote global peace and stability by strengthening and supporting intercultural relations at all levels.
Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies
We are a research institute composed of professors, associate professors and lecturers who share a common interest in cultural issues in language and communication or discourse. We see discourse as a site of cultural interaction and competition, at both lay and scientific levels, and therefore seek to identify, highlight and subvert discourses of cultural domination on the one hand and
on the other hand to advocate discourses of cultural co-existence, cooperation and change. As object of inquiry, we study both Chinese and international discourses and strive to achieve theoretical and methodological innovation by taking not only interdisciplinary but also multicultural perspectives. We welcome exchanges of international research students and scholars in the relevant fields.
Intercultural Communication Institute
The Intercultural Communication Institute (ICI) is a nonprofit charity with the mission of fostering an awareness and appreciation of cultural difference in both the international and domestic arenas. ICI was founded by Janet Bennett and Milton Bennett in fulfillment of the vision of Stanton D. Bennett, an international businessman whose life reflected a commitment to world peace, hospitality to foreign visitors, and generous support for education. Janet Bennett serves as the executive director, and the ICI board is composed of Janet Bennett, Sandra Fowler, Margaret Pusch, and Gordon Watanabe.
Dialogue Platform is a non-profit association serving as a platform for dialogue organizations affiliated with the Hizmet Movement in Europe.
Inspired by the teachings and example of the Muslim/Turkish scholar Fethullah Gülen, these organizations aim to advance and promote intercultural understanding, dialogical interaction and social cohesion in their respective societies.
Intercultural Journeys seeks to promote understanding in pursuit of peace among people of diverse faiths and conflicting cultures through dialogue and the presentation of world-class performances in music, dance, the spoken word, and other artforms.
International Academy for Intercultural Research
The Primary Purpose of the Academy is to promote intercultural understanding. Accordingly, it promotes and encourages research, theory, and practice in the field of intercultural relations. The Academy also strives to disseminate to the public information regarding intercultural relations and it encourages interchanges between people with an interest in intercultural relations. The ultimate goal of the Academy is to promote world peace and prosperity through applications of academic principles and research findings to the betterment of human realities.
International Institute for Sustained Dialogue
The International Institute for Sustained Dialogue (IISD), headquartered in Washington, DC was founded in 2002 to promote the process of Sustained Dialogue® (SD) for transforming racial, ethnic, and other deep-rooted conflicts in the U.S. and abroad. IISD builds capacity toward more inclusive and engaged diverse campuses, organizations, and communities. This approach towards transforming relationship and improving communities focuses on the individual, organizational, and systemic levels. In the past years, IISD has worked with over 12 countries, four communities, 10 workplaces and 25 campuses.
Intersections International leads people to unite across lines of difference in mutual pursuit of social justice, globally and locally. We create safe space at the crossroads of some of our world's most critical conflicts, engaging dissimilar communities in dialogue, service, advocacy and artistic expression. Together, we work toward a just world-united in diversity.
King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue
The King Abdulaziz National Dialogue Center seeks to create a new environment which will facilitate dialogue among various sections of the society with the aim of promoting public interest and consolidating national unity based on the Islamic faith.
Lab for Culture
We work with and for artists, arts and culture organizations and networks, cultural professionals and audiences in the 50 countries of Europe, as well as providing a platform for cultural cooperation between Europe and the rest of the world.
Our mission is both to ensure that all those working on cultural collaboration have access to up-to-the-minute information and to encourage the cultural sector to become more experimental with online technologies.
National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation
The National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation is a network of thousands of innovators who bring people together across divides to tackle today's toughest challenges. NCDD serves as a gathering place, a resource clearinghouse, a news source, and a facilitative leader for this extraordinary community.
Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication
The purpose of NIC is to promote cooperation in the Nordic countries (including the Baltic countries) between researchers and practitioners interested in intercultural communication. The main activity supported by NIC are the annual conferences on intercultural communication. The conferences are open to scholars and practitioners in the whole world. NIC also supports contacts between members of the Network via the NIC homepages.
Dialogic Communication of Research -- Nordic Network for the Study of the Dialogic
Communication of Research
Research/society relations in contemporary societies have undergone what can be dubbed a "dialogic turn", with researchers in universities and other research institutions being called upon to produce socially relevant knowledge and further social innovation in dialogue with different social actors and their perspectives. The network takes its starting-point in a recognition of the centrality of the dialogic turn to a new form of scientific governance that involves a reconfiguration, and apparent democratization of, relations between researchers, expertise and publics. The dialogic turn is manifested in research communication policies internationally (including in the Nordic countries) which have led to the launching of a number of practical initiatives that have the official aim of furthering dialogue-based research communication. But despite the proliferation of practical initiatives, the field of study on the dialogic communication of research can be characterized as an emergent and fragmented research area, made up of isolated pockets of research taking place in dispersed fields.
Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
SAIS offers the building blocks of leadership in all professional fields: core functional disciplines, such as strategic studies and international development; strong emphasis on international economics; robust regional programs; and essential foreign language training.
Peace and Collaborative Development Network
Created by Dr. Craig Zelizer in 2007, The Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN) is one of the leading online networks connecting the global social change community. PCDN is a rapidly growing social enterprise that gathers over 34,000 professionals, organizations and students engaged in development, peace, conflict resolution, gender, social entrepreneurship and related fields. We offer a one stop shop to inspire, connect, inform and provide the tools and resources to scale social change.
Platform for Intercultural Europe
Our vision is of a European community that values its diverse people and engages in Intercultural Dialogue as a means to enables their free, full and equal participation in society.
Public Dialogue Consortium
The Public Dialogue Consortium (PDC) is a nonprofit organization committed to fostering high quality communication in the public sphere. We are a group of consultants, educators, and practitioners who work to facilitate communication that results in collaborative problem solving, appreciation for different perspectives, and identification of common ground for action.
Reset Dialogues on Civilizations
Reset-Dialogues On Civilizations (Reset-DoC) is an Italian non-profit Association (since 2004), based in Rome. It promotes dialogue and intercultural understanding through public meetings both nationally, in Italy and at an international level, through publications and press work dedicated to more profound knowledge as well as the translation of notions and concepts from one into the other universe of understanding, from one into another culture - particularly between ‘East' and ‘West' in matters of culture, religion and politics.
Rumi Forum was founded in 1999 with the mission to foster interfaith and intercultural dialogue, stimulate thinking and exchange of opinions on supporting and fostering democracy and peace all over the world and to provide a common platform for education and information exchange.
Visiting Arts' purpose is to strengthen intercultural understanding through the arts.
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
The Wilson Center seeks to be the leading institution for in-depth research and dialogue to inform actionable ideas on global issues.
Calumet: Intercultural Law and Humanities Review
Calumet is an on-line, pioneering review. It was formed with the goal of promoting interdisciplinary collaboration in the face of problems arising from intercultural relationships and their interweaving with legal experience.
Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal
In recent years, with the increase in globalization and diversity in the workplace, cross cultural management has become an important element of organizational life. To better understand this phenomenon, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal is dedicated to providing a forum for the exchange of cross cultural management research. The journal seeks to be the preferred outlet for high-quality multicultural research. The journal accepts both qualitative and quantitative work that increases our overall knowledge of cross cultural management.
Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture
Founded in May, 2005, The Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture is pleased to recommend the journal for the social sciences: Cross-cultural Communication (ISSN 1712-8358 [Print] ISSN 1923-6700 [Online]) The journal is designed to provide a forum for those who focus on the field of the cross culture research, or the community with different culture background, and provide critical perspective of intercultural as a foundation on which to build solutions to worldwide political, economic, workplace, social, gender, ethnic, environmental and other forms of problem.
Cross-Cultural Research (CCR) publishes peer-reviewed articles that describe cross-cultural and comparative studies in all human sciences. Each issue, published quarterly, examines topics that span societies, nations and cultures, providing strategies for the systematic testing of theories about human society and behavior.
Cultus: the Journal of Intercultural Mediation and Communication
Cultus: the Journal of intercultural mediation and communication is an international refereed journal focusing on the role of culture in constructing, perceiving and translating reality. The Journal aims to develop an awareness of the interplay between language and culture in communication.
Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies
Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies first appeared in 1989 at the moment of a critical encounter-a head-on collision, one might say-of theories of difference (primarily Continental) and the politics of diversity (primarily American). In the ensuing years, the journal has established a critical forum where the problematic of differences is explored in texts ranging from the literary and the visual to the political and social. differences highlights theoretical debates across the disciplines that address the ways concepts and categories of difference-notably but not exclusively gender-operate within culture.
Encounters: An International Journal for the Study of Culture and Society
Encounters: An International Journal for the Study of Culture and Society promotes and publishes scholarship from the humanities and the social sciences, and their intersections on topics related to the encounters of cultures, intellectual traditions, and social and political systems across space and time. The journal seeks a critical understanding of the transcultural and transnational factors that shape such encounters --and by extension, the world as we know it. The editors encourage contributions that explicitly link the humanities and the social sciences and engage their different methodologies. Encounters will be peer-reviewed and published biannually. ISSN 2075-048X. Distribution by I.B. Tauris http://www.ibtauris.com
European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management
EJCCM covers the broad field of cross-cultural research with special reference to management in practice. One of its main objectives is the establishment of a platform for the discussion of cultural issues in modern business across disciplines and cultures. In the spirit of its founding organisation, EJCCM encourages contributions from different fields of science dealing with the interrelations and links between culture, personality and patterns of behaviour; with the effects of culture and cultural differences on intercultural interactions and of interactions on cultural difference, with learning from successful and not so successful intercultural action, with strategies of cultural adjustment, hybridisation, and with cultural distinction and separation. The journal explicitly encourages papers about the dynamics of cross-cultural interactions during the transition in East, Central and South East Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Newly Independent States.
European Journal of Cultural Studies
The European Journal of Cultural Studies is a major international, peer-reviewed journal that promotes a broad-ranging conception of cultural studies rooted in lived experience. The journal is an interdisciplinary platform for charting new questions and new research, publishing articles on topics including gendered identities, cultural citizenship, migration, post- colonial criticism, consumer cultures, media and film, and cultural policy.
Exploring Globalization is an online journal published by the Office of Global Learning at Fairleigh Dickinson University. The journal features reviews of books on subjects related to globalization, articles, and interviews. It also includes a special section on the pedagogy of teaching globalization.
A peer-reviewed journal devoted to the examination of social, political, economic, and technological aspects of the topic
Globalization and Health
Globalization and Health is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that provides an international forum for high quality original research, knowledge sharing and debate on the topic of globalization and its effects on health, both positive and negative. The journal is is affiliated with the London School of Economics (LSE Health).
History of Religions
University of Chicago Press
For nearly fifty years, History of Religions has set the standard for the study of religious phenomena from prehistory to modern times. History of Religions strives to publish scholarship that reflects engagement with particular traditions, places, and times and yet also speaks to broader methodological and/or theoretical issues in the study of religion. Toward encouraging critical conversations in the field, HR also publishes review articles and comprehensive book reviews by distinguished authors.
Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies
Imaginations acts as a nexus, or aggregation point, where excellent scholarship informed by different cultures, national histories and linguistic traditions can create a new vocabulary for addressing the notion of the image along with its many avatars, and where academic researchers can also come in contact with visual artists and practitioners reflecting on their approaches. The disciplinary and cultural contacts inspire new dialogues and parallelisms, or even differences and potential frictions, out of which shall necessarily emerge unforeseen insights into the role of the image and visual culture.
Taylor & Francis Group
Intercultural Education is a global forum for the analysis of issues dealing with education in plural societies. It provides educational professionals with the knowledge and information that can assist them in contributing to the critical analysis and the implementation of intercultural education. Topics covered include: terminological issues, education and multicultural society today, intercultural communication, human rights and anti-racist education, pluralism and diversity in a democratic frame work, pluralism in post-communist and in post-colonial countries, migration and indigenous minority issues, refugee issues, language policy issues, curriculum and classroom organisation, and school development.
Intercultural Human Rights Law Review
St. Thomas University - School of Law
Welcome to the online home of the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review. Presently in its seventh year of publication, the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review is an annual journal of international human rights scholarship affiliated with the St. Thomas University Law School and its Intercultural Human Rights Program.
Our goal is to publish well-written, cutting-edge human rights scholarship by academics, practitioners, and students. In so doing, the journal provides a forum for the exchange of ideas from a variety of international perspectives.
The Intercultural Human Rights Law Review is committed to exploring new directions and perspectives and providing resources for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners. Its mission extends beyond publication. The journal strives to facilitate activism and outreach as well as scholarship. In furtherance of this goal we sponsor numerous intimate discussions and debates on a wide variety of international human rights issues, and host an annual symposium focused on a specific topic related to intercultural and human rights law.
"Intercultural Pragmatics" is a fully peer reviewed forum for theoretical and applied pragmatics research. The goal of the journal is to promote the development and understanding of pragmatic theory and intercultural competence by publishing research that focuses on general theoretical issues, more than one language and culture, or varieties of one language. "Intercultural Pragmatics" encourages ‘interculturality' both within the discipline and in pragmatic research. It supports interaction and scholarly debate between researchers representing different subfields of pragmatics including the linguistic, cognitive, social, and interlanguage paradigms.
The journal makes a special effort to cross disciplinary boundaries. It intends to be a forum for researchers who are looking for new tools and methods to investigate human languages and communication to better understand the role of pragmatic competence in language acquisition and the process of communication. The editors, editorial board members, and the publisher are committed to producing a journal that is provocative and open to new ideas.
Building on the traditions of the interdisciplinary scientific journal Interculture-Online, interculture journal is designed to foster
and advance theoretical and practical findings in the area of intercultural research. Intercultural journal publishes papers in German and English language by scientists and practitioners addressing questions and issues arising from different cultures living and working together. The journals definition of culture is geared to an open perception as life-world [Lebenswelt]. Intercultural research topics are hence not limited to the encounter of different nationalities or ethnic groups but include general phenomena of intercollectivity.
International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management
The International Journal of Cross Cultural Management (IJCCM) is an international peer reviewed journal that publishes the highest quality original research in cross cultural aspects of management, work and organization. The IJCCM aims to provide a specialized academic medium and main reference for the encouragement and dissemination of research on cross cultural aspects of management, work and organization. This includes both original qualitative and quantitative empirical work as well as theoretical and conceptual work which adds to the understanding of management across cultures.
International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies
Description: A peer-reviewed biannual International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies (IJCCS) is a specialization in anthropology, sociology, psychology, economics, political science which uses field data from many societies to examine the scope of human behavior and test hypotheses about human behavior and culture. Cross-Cultural research refers to empirical studies carried out among members of various cultural groups who have had different experiences that lead to predictable and significance difference in behaviour.
International Journal of Culture and Mental Health
This important new peer-review journal provides an innovative forum, both international and multidisciplinary, for addressing cross-cultural issues and mental health. Culture as it comes to bear on mental health is a rapidly expanding area of inquiry and research within psychiatry and psychology, and other related fields such as social work, with important implications for practice in the global context.
International Journal of Intercultural Information Management
The main objectives of IJIIM are to promote the research and practice of new strategies, tools, techniques and technologies for the design, development and implementation of IS/IT involving intercultural deviations. This will help improve the effectiveness of using IS/IT in service and manufacturing industries around the world. IJIIM aims to establish an effective channel of communication between academic educators, information systems workers, managers, industry consultants, and practitioners to contribute, disseminate and learn from each other's work. The global dimension is emphasized to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the accelerating technological changes and changes in global economy. IJIIM acts as a forum for exchanging innovative ideas and sharing research and practical experiences in intercultural information management.
International Journal of Intercultural Relations
IJIR is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of theory, practice, and research in intergroup relations. The contents encompass theoretical developments, field-based evaluations of training techniques, empirical discussions of cultural similarities and differences, and critical descriptions of new training approaches. Papers selected for publication in IJIR are judged to increase our understanding of intergroup tensions and harmony. Issue-oriented and cross-discipline discussion is encouraged. The highest priority is given to manuscripts that join theory, practice, and field research design. By theory, we mean conceptual schemes focused on the nature of cultural differences and similarities. Practice refers to techniques of intercultural training that are both theoretically well founded and usable in the field. The research design should: (a) be field-based rather than laboratory-based and (b) pit the training technique under consideration against other approaches. Whereas true experiments in the field are ideal, they are also hard to come by, and we expect many will more closely resemble quasi-experimental models.
International Journal of Technology and Globalization
The IJTG provides a refereed and authoritative source of analysis on the interactions between technological innovation and globalisation. It serves as an international forum for exchange of ideas and views on the global implications of technology for economic growth, sustainable development and international security. IJTG aims to promote communication among policy makers, experts and professionals in government, industry, academia and civil society.
Journal for Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology
Language and Intercultural Communication
Language & Intercultural Communication promotes an interdisciplinary understanding of the interplay between language and intercultural communication. It therefore welcomes research into intercultural communication, particularly where it explores the importance of linguistic aspects; and research into language, especially the learning of foreign languages, where it explores the importance of intercultural perspectives. The journal is alert to the implications for education, especially higher education, and for language learning and teaching. It is also receptive to research on the frontiers between languages and cultures, and on the implications of linguistic and intercultural issues for the world of work.
Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies
The Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies is a fully peer-reviewed, open-access, academic journal that invites contributors to challenge dominant ideas of globalisation. The journal seeks to bring cutting edge theoretical and critical reflection to bear on dominant and/or mainstream debates within the study of globalisation.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology
The Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology offers an international and interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the aging process and the problems of the aged throughout the world. The journal emphasizes discussions of research findings, theoretical issues and applied approaches that deal with non-Western populations, as well as articles providing comparative orientation to the study of the aging process in its social, economic, historical and biological perspectives.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
The Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (JCC) is a leading interdisciplinary forum for psychologists, sociologists and educators who study how cultural differences in developmental, social and educational experiences affect individual behavior. (JCCP) focuses on today's important cross-cultural issues, including individualism, self-enhancement, acculturation, changing family values, ethnic group comparisons, gender differences, and personality.
Journal of Globalization and Development
Berkeley Electronic Press
Journal of Globalization and Development is a new journal devoted to academic research and policy analysis on globalization, development, and in particular the complex interactions between them.
The journal publishes alternative perspectives from academics and practitioners on all aspects of development and globalization, and attempts to integrate the best development research from across different fields with contributions from scholars in developing and developed countries. Submissions benefit from fast decision time (first round decisions are generally made in 12-16 weeks). Published articles enjoy extensive electronic dissemination to readers around the world.
Journal of Globalization for the Common Good
Globalisation for the Common Good is dedicated to promote ethical, moral and spiritual values into the areas of economics, commerce, trade and international relations amongst others, as well as personal virtues, to advance understanding and action on major global issues by civil society, the private enterprise, the public sector, governments, and national and international institutions, leading to the promotion of collaborative policy solutions to the challenges posed by globalisation.
We are committed to the idea that the marketplace is not just an economic sphere, ‘it is a region of the human spirit'. We view the problem and challenge of globalization not only from an economic point of view, but also from ethical, spiritual and theological perspectives. Globalization for the common good is predicated on a global economy of sharing and community, grounded in an economic value system whose aim is generosity and the promotion of a just distribution of the world's goods, services, natural resources, and wealth.
Journal of Globalization Studies
The "Journal of Globalization Studies" is a new international peer-reviewed journal distinguished by its focus on the systemic aspects of globalization processes in particular geographic, social, cultural and historical contexts.
While there are a number of journals dealing with the Globalization problems, growing complexity and recurrent crises demand new approaches. The present financial crisis has only emphasized the need to develop local solutions in a global environment. New approaches are required that demonstrate an appreciation of the "local" in particular geographic, social, cultural and historical contexts, while simultaneously promoting effective change in response to pressing global issues. This requires a wider and more relevant panorama of views. In particular, perspectives that cross organizational, geographic and cultural boundaries may reduce misunderstanding and diminish the negative aspects of globalization.
Journal of Intercultural Communication
The goal of the journal is to promote research but also education and training in the area of intercultural communication. The journal is an outgrowth of the activities of NIC - the Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication. The great interest shown in the activities of NIC have pointed to a need for more journals employing a peer review procedure within the area of intercultural communication. By starting this journal, we hope to encourage more research and to facilitate contacts between interested researchers as well as to provide better possibilities for reviewed publication.
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research
Taylor & Francis Group
The Journal of Intercultural Communication Research (JICR) is a publication of the World Communication Association. JICR publishes qualitative and quantitative research that focuses on interrelationships between culture and communication.
Generally, research published in JICR emphasizes non-mediated contexts. Submitted manuscripts may report results from either cross-cultural comparative research or results from other types of research concerning the ways culture affects human symbolic activities. Studies reporting data from within a single nation/culture should focus on cultural factors and explore the theoretical or practical relevance of their findings from a cross-cultural perspective.
Journal of Intercultural Studies
Taylor & Francis Group
Journal of Intercultural Studies showcases innovative scholarship about emerging cultural formations, intercultural negotiations and contemporary challenges to cultures and identities.
Journal of Intercultural Studies is an international, interdisciplinary journal that particularly encourages contributions from scholars in cultural studies, sociology, gender studies, political science, cultural geographers, urban studies, race and ethnic studies.
It is a peer-reviewed, critical scholarly publication that features articles, review essays and book reviews. Regular special issues provide stimulating, focused engagement with topical political, social and theoretical questions.
Journal of International and Intercultural Communication
Taylor & Francis Group
Journal of International and Intercultural Communication (JIIC) serves as a primary outlet for original research on international and intercultural communication. The journal showcases diverse perspectives and methods, including qualitative, quantitative, critical and textual approaches. It addresses an international readership and features research conducted in a wide range of locations by diverse groups of scholars.
Journal of Internationalization and Localisation
The Journal of Internationalisation and Localisation aims at establishing a worldwide discussion forum for both professionals and academics in the area of internationalization and localisation. The scope of the journal is as broad as possible in order to target all the players in the internationalization and localization profession. The specific aim of the journal is to leverage the full range of information, from academic research results to the shop floor of today's language industries, and, conversely, to leverage business experiences in order to inform academic research.
Journal of Women's Intercultural Leadership
JWIL focuses on women's studies, leadership development, and intercultural education (including international and domestic multicultural) and the complex interdisciplinary intersections among these disciplines to yield a distinctive, interconnected synthesis of ideas and best practices. We welcome manuscripts from academics, independent scholars, practitioners, community leaders and activists, and students.
Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication
Multilingua is an international interdisciplinary journal aimed at the enhancement of cross-cultural understanding through the study of interlanguage communication. To this end it publishes articles in fields as diverse as:
Otherness: Essays and Studies
This peer reviewed online journal was inspired by the immense research productivity of recent collaborative projects undertaken by members of the Centre for Studies in Otherness.
Via ‘Otherness: Essays & Studies', we seek to publish research articles from and across different academic disciplines that examine, in as many ways as possible, the concepts of otherness and alterity. As such, we now offer an outlet for the dissemination of such research into otherness and aim to provide an open and active forum for academic discussion. We particularly appreciate dynamic cross-disciplinary study. We envisage that forthcoming issues of the journal will relate to topics within the context of Otherness studies and members and colleagues of the Centre are welcome to propose research ideas and themes for more focused studies.
Transcultural Studies is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal committed to promoting the knowledge and research of transculturality in all disciplines. It is published by the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context: The Dynamics of Transculturality" of the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg.