Starting in 2014, CID has published a series of short briefs describing Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue. Different people, working in different countries and disciplines, use different vocabulary to describe their interests, yet these terms overlap. Our goal is to provide some of the assumptions and history attached to each concept for those unfamiliar with it. Key Concepts are available as free PDFs. These are organized in several ways:
- List of key concepts available in English, arranged alphabetically by concept.
- List of key concepts available in English, arranged by publication number and date.
- List of concepts available in translation, arranged alphabetically by language, and then by concept in that language.
- Authors and translators are acknowledged on the concepts they write or translate; authors, translators, and translation reviewers are listed on this page of acknowledgments.
Constructing Intercultural Dialogues started in February 2017 as a new series of case studies. The goal is to provide concrete examples of how actual people have managed to organize and hold intercultural dialogues, so that others may be inspired to do the same.
- List of case studies available in English, arranged by publication number and date.
- Authors and translators are acknowledged on the case studies they write or translate; authors, translators, and translation reviewers are listed on this page of acknowledgments.
CID Posters started as a new series in June 2017. Academics typically write a lot of words, and don’t worry much about how they are displayed, on the assumption that ideas stand on their own merits. One advantage in having a website is the ability to integrate images with words, and thus to change the ways in which words are shown and shared. This is important because research shows that images are shared far more often than just words.
- List of posters, arranged by date of publication.
- Designers are credited on the individual posts introducing each poster. The sources of the quotes used are credited on the posters themselves.
In Dialogue: CID Occasional Papers will be a new series. Further information coming soon.
As there are additional contributions to any of these publications that you would like to prepare (or translate, for the text-based series), send an email to CID Director and publications editor, Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz.
There are many, many relevant publications by others, of course. As we notice these, they are added to the list of Resources in ICD posted to this website. If you would like to nominate some of your own publications, or those you are reading, to be added to the list, send an email. For a full list of other CID activities, see What we do.
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