About the CCR Blog

The Cross-Cultural Rhetoric Blog provides a space for ongoing conversations about intercultural issues.   As part of their participation in the CCR Project, students and instructors contribute to a rich intercultural exchange on the Cross-Cultural Rhetoric blog, discussing topics as diverse as campus culture, international politics, digital communication, and environmental issues.

To view our most recent conversations, browse the “Featured Conversations” category on the top of the right vertical menu or use the “CCR Conversations” link above.  Alternately, use the “Conversation Threads”  links to the right to follow particular types of conversations:

  • CCR Reflections” :: exchanges about intercultural issues
  • Instructor reflections” :: practical and theoretical posts from CCR instructors
  • Video Conferences” :: descriptions of video exchanges  between CCR students
  • CCR Exchanges” :: dialogues between students around the world
  • “Conferences & Presentations” :: discussions of CCR workshops and conference presentations

You can also link to specific class threads to see the work being done by individual CCR classes.  Feel free to comment and share your thoughts — we welcome more contributors to our ongoing dialogue about cross-culture issues and collaborations.