Take a look at the program of our Workshop on Artifacts in Intercultural Encounters and join us for the presentation and poster sessions!
As everyone present wanted to contribute to the intercultural conversation, here is the final, supplemented program:
Join us for a round table discussion in Bucharest on Perspectives on Intercultural Encounters in Romanian Thinking, co-organised with the University of Bucharest
The participants and their contributions:
Here is one example for our Workshop on Artifacts in Intercultural Encounters:
The National Pastime of America: Baseball. Why is a slow, plodding game, derived from Cricket, the favorite sport of a nation of frenetic activity and constant change?
by John Farina
Feel free to bring any artifact you consider relevant or its image/sound recording, accompanied by a one-page commentary.