Year: 2018

  • COMP 106 – Culture and Literacy

    Instructor: Margaret Willard-Traub, Department of Language, Culture, and Communications, College of Arts, Sciences and Letters, U-M Dearborn Partner: Rima Iskandarani, Communication Skills Program, American University of Beirut, Lebanon Term: Fall…

  • FRENCH 380 – Intermediate Business French

    Instructor: Juliette Moutinou Partner: Dianne Chen, Enseirb-Matmeca, Bordeaux Institute of Technology Term: Fall 2014 to present Fall 2021 Since 2000, U-M Business French students have collaborated each Fall semester with…

  • RCHUM / HISTORY 407: History of Inter-American Human Rights Law

    Instructor: Sueann Caulfield, History Partner: Carlos Henrique Borlido Haddad, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil Term: Fall 2018

  • MIDEAST 418 / RUSSIAN 418 / ISLAM 418 / REES 418: Islam in/and Russia

    Students from three universities, Saint Petersburg State University, Kazan Federal University and the University of Michigan joined together to study the complex and ambivalent relationship among Russia’s state officials, Christians, and the Muslims communities inside Russia and along Russia’s borders.

  • Intermediate Advanced Japanese

    Instructors: MasaeYasuda, Ayaka Sogabe, Mochizuki, Yuta Mori Partner: Mitsuaki Hayase, Mie University, Japan Term: Fall 2018

  • ASIANLAN 335: Intermediate Advanced Korean

    Instructors: Hyun-ju Kim, Hunjin Jung, Soyeon Park Partner: Joel Park, Seoul National University, South Korea Term: Fall 2018    

  • Spanish 475: Latin American Narrative: Banditry and the Construction of Nation

    Instructor: Javier Sanjines Partner: Mónica Velasquez Guzmán, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés… Term: Winter 2018, Fall 2018

  • MOD GREEK 201 & 202: Greek Language and Culture

    Students in Modern Greek courses engage in Cultural Conversations with college students in Greece who are learning English as a second (or third) language. Conversations are based on students’ analysis of the results of a cultural questionnaire that both groups have answered.  The survey is based on the MIT Cultura project and customized to address “hot topics” (topics of cultural clash) between the two cultures.

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