Professor Svetlana Ter-Minasova gives an insight into the dangers created by language and culture in the fields of native and foreign language acquisition and translation.
Professor Frank S. Ravitch of Michigan State University College of Law interviews Dr Brian Daizen Victoria, Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies on his journey from conscientious objector objector to Buddhist Priest.
In his Conference Chair Address at The European Conference on Education 2016, held in Brighton, UK June 29 to July 3, 2016, Professor Brian Hudson reflects on the conference theme of “Education and Social Justice: Democratising Education”.
Dr. Brian A. Victoria explores the nature of the relationship between religion and war, and the implications of it on our “shared humanity”.
Professor Svetlana Ter-Minasova examines the traditions and innovations of English Language Teaching (ELT) in Russia, and gives a short history of its development in the country.
Dr. George D. Chryssides looks at the nature of power in religious communities, with particular reference to new religious movements, or “cults”, and how this power is used by leaders.
America has long been taken up with the issue of cultural identity, and its literary authorship has been no less engaged. Who gets to say what writing best speaks for the culture? A. Robert Lee examines the formation of the American literary canon.