The Center for Intercultural Dialogue began publishing the series Constructing Intercultural Dialogues in 2017. The logic for the new series, and details for those interested in submitting additional case studies, were provided when it was announced. The following is a list of all case studies published in English to date, shown in the order in which they were published. Click on the name of the case study that interests you to see and download that PDF.
Case Study #1: Lullabies by Johanna Maccioni
Case Study #2: Reconciliation by Maria Flora Mangano (Italian)
Case Study #3: Intergroup Dialogue and Service Learning: Students as Facilitators by Sara DeTurk
Case Study #4: “America the Beautiful” by Nilanjana Bardhan
Case Study #5: Intercultural Dialogue and Deaf HIV/AIDS by Leila Monaghan
Case Study #6: The Privilege of Listening First by Elizabeth S. Parks
Case Study #7: When the East Meets the Middle East by Lauren Mark
Case Study #8: A Flying Miracle by Inga Milēviča
Case Study #9: Intercultural Dialogue as an Activity of Daily Living by Maria Flora Mangano
Case Study #10: Let’s talk about feelings in the newcomer ESOL classroom! by Luis Javier Pentón Herrera
NOTE for students: As these are written by faculty members or advanced graduate students, they may be used as resources in academic papers (unless your professor in a particular course tells you otherwise). The citation format in APA for any of these published in English would be:
• Maccioni, J. (2017). Lullabies. Constructing Intercultural Dialogues, 1. Available from:
If you have a case study you would like to share, send an email to the series editor, Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz. If you would like to translate one or more of the key concepts into any language other than English, send an email about that.
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. We occasionally publish book reviews/notes to the CID website, so if you wish to write one, let us know which book, and what you perceive as its relevance to intercultural dialogue.
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