How to build communities and influence people (2 day masterclass) Date: 19th Feb 2015 (10:00) to 20th Feb 2015 (16:00) Venue: 50 George Square, G.02 (Central Area) – The University of Edinburgh Neil Jameson, Chief Executive of Citizens UK with over 25 years’ experience as a community organiser and Hugh Murdoch, EUSA President 2013-14 who […]
Open, Closed, and Locked Images Cultural Stereotypes and the Symbolic Creation of Reality Ruth Lillhannus In psychology, symbols are often seen as unconscious, mental constructs that surpass cultural differences. For linguists, a symbol might be a linguistic form embedded in the speech act and for anthropologists again a material object with a collectively created meaning […]
What? When Groups Know More than their Members Do: The Creation of Epistemic Group Agents and the Acquisition of Collective Knowledge, at talk and debate with Orestis Palermos, University of Edinburgh, EIDYN Centre, Extended Knowledge Project, Department of Philosophy. When? Wednesday 28 January, at 5.30, Edinburgh time. Where? Edinburgh LLC Lecture Theatre – 50 George […]
Read the paper here Abstract Self-reflexivity — having an ongoing conversation with your whole self about what you are experiencing as you are experiencing it — is a crucial skill for interculturalists, and I have been seeking to promote it when teaching intercultural communication in English to students of varying nationalities. This article will review […]
The Phenomenological We | History of Distributed Cognition.