Wednesday, October 07, 2015

First issue of the Journal of Intercultural Inquiry

Geoff Nash and Mike Pearce are pleased to announce that the first issue of the Journal of Intercultural Inquiry has been published online. It presents the work of scholars from the USA, Russia, Hungary, Lebanon and the UK. Readers will encounter a variety of articles on intercultural themes, including a study of a Neo-Latin inscription on a gravestone on Lindisfarne, an essay about a community of poets based in the Faculty of Asian and African Studies at the State University of St. Petersburg, and an analysis of linguistic codeswitching between Mandarin and English in a US university.

The journal has received generous financial support from Scientia Educational Services.


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