Conflict, Culture, and Diversity
Cross-cultural conflicts involve navigating among diverse identities, meanings and ever-changing perceptions. Uses experiential education and dialogue to explore processes, capacities, and tools to bridge cultural conflicts that draw on multiple intelligences. Develops fluency with ways of naming, framing, and taming conflict across cultural contexts; and fluency with culture as it animates and offers creative ways through conflict. Participants will apply theory and research to interpersonal, intercommunal, and international conflicts.
Graduate course in the Dispute Resolution program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.