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Key Concept 22: Cultural Identity Translated into Turkish

Continuing with translations of the Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue, today I am posting the translation of KC22: Cultural Identity. Vivian Huseh-Hua Chen wrote this in 2014 and it now has been translated into Turkish by… 164 more words

Publications

Amanda and the Balkanization effect

Amanda approached me, smiled and said she was tired. We were both at the locker room of a commercial gym in Oklahoma City – big, impersonal, chain gym where I get my light cardio done. 1,092 more words

Cultural Identity

The Charreada in the U.S.: A National Sport in Another Nation

Editor’s Note: This post is the first in a new series featuring abstracts for past and upcoming conference presentations.  Publishing abstracts on this blog enables us to share ongoing research far beyond the boundaries of the conferences at which these presentations are given.   338 more words

Snatched Play

Palestinian children play marbles in a street in Gaza City 

Photographer: Mohammed Abed

On sandy soil,

with a background of battered buildings,

boys meet to play… 27 more words

Australia

L'effetto evanescente dei Tzigani – Esistono gli Tzigani ? 'Ing. & Fr.)

Gypsy evanescence, do Gypsies exist ? « Everywhere and always, Gypsies are different from the people they encounter, but not always and everywhere similarly; there is a link between the way of life and the personality of the non-Gypsies and the way of life and the personality of the Gypsies when in contact with one another. 2,679 more words

Translations

Nomadic life and the choice of one’s homeland

In the year 2001, while I was in Gainesville, FL, at Christopher House, the Parish house of St. Augustine’s church, I had a long conversation with one of my fellow commensals. 717 more words

Cultural Identity

In it for life.

These figures spring from their history, shedding an old skin and metamorphosing into their dream self. This aspect of ourselves is much less tangible than our genealogy; it is the identity we fashion through this ancient dust, the core we meet in the mirror. 340 more words

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