April 23, 2009
This book, Excuse Me, Your God Is Waiting by my daughter, Michelle Ephiphany Prosser, was published in April 2008, and can be found on www.amazon.com and other online book sellers.
In a sense, the book is an intercultural look at God. and living in God lovingly and joyfully. Michelle calls herself a “cultural Catholic.” Thus many active Catholics would not agree with several of her ideas, but it, like James Caroll’s book Practicing Catholic, stimulates us to consider her main points, as it relates to leading a joy-filled and religious life with the God who is always callin[......]
Lecture series at Jilin University, Changchun, College of Foreign Language Education, March 11-15 Jacky Zhang, MA in International Relations at SISU, March, 2009, and an excellent companion, and I flew to Changshun March 11 where I gave five public power-point lectures to teachers and students at Jilin University, which has six campuses and claims to be the largest university in China, "Globalism and Globalization," English as THE Global Language: Creating Global Citizens through English and Intercultural Communication," "Asian and Western Values," "Great West[......]
“Foundations of Intercultural Communication”Michael H. Prosser, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, College of Journalism and Communication, Shanghai International Studies University With apologies to Sitaram and Cogdell’s 1976 Foundations of Intercultural Communication and Guo-ming Chen and William J. Starosta’s 1998 book of the same name, these comments give some of my personal impressions of the foundational starting points for developing intercultural communication as an area of study in North America.While Edward T. Hall can appropriately be called a “grandfather of intercultural communicat[......]