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MISTICA: [Fwd: [GKD] Call of abstracts: Intercultural World and Digital

From: Yacine Khelladi (yacine@yacine.net)
Date: Mon Apr 02 2001 - 23:43:59 AST


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Michael Prosser wrote:
>
> March 31, 2001
>
> "The Intercultural World and the Digital Connection" Rochester (NY)
> Intercultural Conference will be held on July 19-21, 2001.
>
> 250 word abstracts are invited for possible paper presentations for
> this sixth and final Rochester (academic) Intercultural Conference, by
> email: mhpgpt@rit.edu: deadline April 9, 2001.
> ............
> The conference will be held at the Holiday Inn Airport, 911 Brooks
> Ave., Rochester, New York. Room rates for one or two adults is $92 a night,
> plus 14% tax daily, July 18-22. Reservations can be made by calling
> 800-Holiday before June 25, 2001.
>
> The conference will begin with dinner, the keynote, and a roundtable
> at 6:30, July 19. On July 20 and 21, there will be plenary sessions,
> selected paper sessions, and roundtables. Conference fees include
> conference materials, the opening dinner on July 19, a reception on July
> 20, and the awards luncheon on July 21. Conference participants can enjoy
> an optional final dinner at Rochester's India House Restaurant on the
> evening of July 21.
>
> ....
> We have published two coedited books, >Civic Discourse:
> Multiculturalism, Cultural Diversity, and Global Communication< (1998) and
> >Civic Discourse: Intercultural, International, and Global Media<, and
have
> two coedited books at the publisher, Ablex Publishing, Greenwood Publishing
> Group: >Civic Discourse, Communication, Technology<, and >Cultural Values
> and Human Rights and Responsibilities: Communication Strategies among
> Nations and Peoples<. Sitaram is the author of two other books,
> >Foundations of Intercultural Communication< and > Communication and
> Culture: A World View< which emphasize philosophical approaches to
> intercultural communication from the Buddhist, Hindu, and Muslim
> traditions.
> ...
> We look forward to having members of the GKD list participants
> involved in this final conference, and presenting papers.
>
> Cordially,
>
> Michael Prosser, Ph.D.
> Distinguished Visiting Professor in Communications, Rochester
> Institute of Technology
> Professor of Communication (in absentia), University of Virginia
> Chair, Rochester Intercultural Conferences
> Series Editor, "Civic Discourse for the Third Millennium," Ablex
> Publishing, Greenwood Publishing Co.



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