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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.

WINTER 2012

February 15, 2012. Debunking Stereotypes. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

February 1, 2012: Exchange of International Perspectives on Leadership, Speeches and Rhetoric. Stanford University, USA & Örebro University, Sweden.

January 18, 2012. Emotions and Academics Across Cultures. Stanford University, USA and Chinese University of Hong Kong.

FALL 2011

November 29, 2011. Intercultural Perspectives on Serious Games. Stanford University, USA and Uppsala University, Sweden.

November 17, 2011. Advertising Food Culture. Stanford University, USA and Uppsala University, Sweden.

October 31-November 1, 2011. Writing Tutor Link Up. Stanford University, USA and University of Sydney, Australia.

October 19-20, 2011. Virtual Conference. Stanford University, USA and National University of Singapore.

October 18, 2011. Multiple Perspectives on Ads and Collaborative Ad Composition. Stanford University, USA and Uppsala University, Sweden.

October 11, 12, 13 &14, 2011. Communicating Ideas Across Cultures. Stanford University, USA and University of Sydney, Australia.

September 14, 2011. Analysis of Cultural Products. Stanford University, USA (Sophomore College: Psych 12C) and Chinese University of Hong Kong.

September 7, 2011. The Cross-Cultural Emotion of Ads. Stanford University, USA (Sophomore College: Psych 12C) and Chinese University of Hong Kong.

 

 

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Workshops 2008-2009
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