intercultural communication

  • Osloove Collaboration

    OSLOOVE represents an oral history endeavour with the objective of accumulating 400 interviews featuring residents of Oslo by the city’s forthcoming 400th anniversary in 2024. Through structured courses in oral history interviewing, ethical considerations, and consent protocols, the project endeavours to democratise historical discourse by incorporating a diverse array of perspectives. In close collaboration with […]

  • Getting Your Voice to Shake

    The book club is reading “Getting Your Voice to Shake” by Kelly Nix, a guide to intercultural communication that explores collective identities, context-dependent communication, and cultural perceptions of time. Nix uses anecdotes to illustrate complexities in cross-cultural interaction, providing a valuable perspective for anyone looking to understand and navigate cultural differences effectively.