The Center for Intercultural Dialogue serves as a clearinghouse in multiple ways; one is to provide links to the various blogs on topics related to intercultural dialogue. A few examples are shown below – please add others, with links to web sites.

Absolutely Intercultural (Denmark and Germany)
Beyond Borders (Germany) – see the post about Härnu, a new social media forum permitting people in one country to ask questions of those in another
Bronitsky and Associates Blog: Thoughts and Comments about International Cultural Marketing (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA)
Center for Intercultural Dialogue
(University of Oregon, USA; they also have a separate website for their Center)
Code Switch: Frontiers of Race, Culture and Ethnicity (Washington, DC, USA)
Communicating across boundaries (Cambridge, MA, USA)
Cultural Diplomacy News Blog (Berlin, Germany)
Exchanges Connect
(Washington, DC) – this one is not really a blog but a social network established by the Department of State as a resource for those who have completed foreign exchange programs to write about their experiences and maintain connections
Global Voices
(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Intercultural eyes
Intercultural Dialogue and Education
(Madrid, Spain)
Intercultural Reflections (about US-German interactions)
Intercultural Studies and Web Culture (Paris, France)
The Interculturalist
(Paris, France)
Journalists for Intercultural Dialogue
, part of European Journalism Centre’s Online Journalism Community (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
Middle East Mirror: Peace and Conflict Politics (USA)
Pack the Story
(Israel, about intercultural dialogue and travel)
Pocket Cultures
Thoughts from an Academic in Macau: Todd Sandel’s blog (Macau)
World Connections
World Learning
(Brattleboro, VT, USA)

6 thoughts on “Blogs”

  1. Thank you for this list, it’s quite helpful.

    I wanted to bring to your attention my blog on intercultural dialogue and travel:
    Pack the Story is about people and places that defy categorization, identities that cannot be defined, cultures that evolve and mix. It’s about traveling while stationary and staying still while moving. About searching for home and finding it everywhere. I would love it if you could include it in your list!

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