Married to a Muslim man in North Carolina, Katy is especially heartbroken by the murders of three precious lives in Chapel Hill this week. Here are her reflections...
How to Meet People Abroad: Rabat, Morocco
This month's "How to Meet People Abroad" takes us to one of the most hospitable countries in the world - Morocco!
Outlawed in Pakistan
Justice across cultures is explored in the story of Kainat, a young girl who seeks justice in Pakistan after being gang raped.
Ramadan Begins: Newlyweds
What will Ramadan be like for a newlywed couple in the US?
Demystifying the Other: Tools for International Educators
Our session was described as follows: “Muslim”, “Israeli”, “African”, and “American” – the labels that we use to describe others come with heavy baggage and a tremendous burden.
The Transformative Power of Intercultural Experiences
As an educator, I believe that intercultural experiences have an important role to play in a world situation that is – to say the least – very confusing. This year, 2011, marks a decade since the tragic events of September 11. Today's undergraduate college students were eight to twelve years old in 2001 and consequently have spent their intellectually formative years with post-9/11 media coverage, little of which addressed the need for intercultural understanding.
“Crossing Borders” Film Screening Schedule in the US, Fall 2010
Here is a list of screenings of the award winning documentary "Crossing Borders" by Arnd Wachter for fall 2010.
Video Interview with Arnd Wächter, Director of “Crossing Borders” Film
Missy Gluckmann interviews Arnd Wächter, Director of the film "Crossing Borders" (April 2010).
“Crossing Borders” – A Must See Documentary
Review of "Crossing Cultures" film/documentary about US and Moroccan students.
You must be logged in to post a comment.