Curiously Intercultural Archives
Coffee with MG and David Livermore

Coffee with MG and David Livermore

Meet my charming, affable guest of the month- the founder of the Cultural Intelligence Center in East Lansing, Michigan, and a visiting research fellow at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He consults with global organizations around the world, including the Harvard Business School, Google, Coca-Cola, the US Department of Defense, BMW, Qatar Airways, the United Nations, and dozens more.
Cultural Trauma and Identity: How A Cruel Past Can Generate Ukrainian Strength

Cultural Trauma and Identity: How A Cruel Past Can Generate Ukrainian Strength

Former states under Soviet rule experienced cruelties that present themselves again in Ukraine - however, the past might serve as a strong connector between present communities. This post explores the collective trauma experienced by Czechs in the Communist era and how past cultural trauma can pulse through today’s communities by means of cultural identity. 
Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982

Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982

A compelling story about the character Kim Ji-young who faces the difficulties of growing up as a woman and motherhood in Korean society. Ji-young may be fictional, but is presented in the book as a realistic individual representing many women with a similar fate in Korea.
What is the role of the interculturalists in the red line between fighting for diversity and preserving national cultures?

What is the role of the interculturalists in the red line between fighting for diversity and preserving national cultures?

What we are discovering from the intercultural dimension of neuroscience is that culture represents a process that lives inside of us, an evolution of culture. There is no red line only change. We are in a process of constant cultural formation. The question is how can we open our culture and invite others to the table with mutual benefit and understanding?