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Workshops

The Cross-Cultural Rhetoric project specializes in connecting university classes from across the globe through workshops designed to help students develop their intercultural competency and their skills in writing, research, and rhetorical analysis. Follow the links below for webpages that link to materials for individual workshops.

FALL 2009

Monday, November 30, 2009: Images of Culture 3: Visual Arguments of Research Projects. Stanford University, USA &
Örebro University, Sweden

Monday, November 16, 2009: Images of Culture 2: Blog Entries by Nation and Research Ideas. Stanford University, USA; Örebro University, Sweden; & American University in Cairo, Egypt.

Monday, November 9, 2009: Images of Culture 1: Websites & Artifacts. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009: Exchange of International Perspectives on Speeches. Stanford University, USA & Uppsala University, Sweden.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009: "Let's Talk..." Workshop with John Paval (SiCA)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009: What's So Funny? Humor in International Contexts. Stanford University, USA & Uppsala University, Sweden.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009: Rhetorical Analysis of the American Flag and Other Cultural Texts. Stanford University and Community College of Aurora.

October 13, 14, 15 & 16, 2009: Communicating Ideas Across Cultures. Stanford University, USA and University of Sydney, Australia.

WINTER 2010

Monday Feb 1, 2010: The Rhetoric of Election Cartoons. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

Wednesday, Feb 3, 2010: The Rhetoric of Global Leadership (I). Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

Thursday, Feb 4, 2010: Video Game Design and Educational Technology. A Conversation with Scott Nelson, University of Texas (SICA)

Friday, Feb 5, 2010: "Let's Talk - Workshop with John Paval" (SICA)

Monday Feb 8, 2010: Focus on Environment and Energy Websites. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

Tuesday, Feb 9, 2010: Serious Games, Doxa, and Procedural Rhetoric. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

Wednesday, Feb 10, 2010: The Rhetoric of Satire (I). Stanford University, USA &
Uppsala University, Sweden

Tuesday, Feb 16, 2010: The Rhetoric of Sports & the Olympics. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

Wednesday, Feb 17, 2010: The Rhetoric of Satire (II). Stanford University, USA &
Uppsala University, Sweden.

Monday, Feb 22, 2010: The Rhetoric of Global Leadership (II): Debunking Stereotypes. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

Tuesday, Feb 23, 2010: Videoconference on Alternative Energy. Örebro University, Sweden & Wichita State University, USA.

Monday, March 1, 2010: Global Leadership and Intercultural Communication Games. State Academic of Economics and Law, Russia & Stanford University, USA.

SPRING 2010

Wednesday, April 7/Thursday, April 8, 2010: Peer Review of Research. Stanford University, USA & National University of Singapore

Monday April 12, 2010: Cultural Communication. Stanford University, USA & American University in Cairo, Egypt.

Friday, April 16, 2010: Cross-Cultural Training for Virtual Admit Weekend.

Sunday, April 18-Tuesday, April 20, 2010: Virtual Admit Weekend for International Students.

Monday, April 26, 2010: Leadership Rhetoric to Focus on World Problems. Stanford University, USA & Uppsala University, Sweden.

Monday, April 26/Tuesday April 27, 2010: Cultural Exchange and Models of Global Leadership. Stanford University, USA & Khabarovsk State Academy of Economics and Law, Russia.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010: "The Performance Basis of Live Presentations - Workshop with John Paval" (SICA)

Monday, May 3, 2010: The Rhetoric of Satire. Stanford University, USA & Uppsala University, Sweden.

Friday, May 7, 2010: What Do You Stand For? Leadership in Word and Deed - A Workshop with John Paval (SICA)

May 12, 13 & 14, 2010: Communicating Ideas Across Cultures. Stanford University, USA and University of Sydney, Australia.

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