Centre for Intercultural Mediation
Different cultures share information continuously across national, political, and economic borders, but do they really communicate? How do we study this flow of competing, and often opposing, exchange of data, behaviours, beliefs, goods, arts, and ideas?
The Centre for Intercultural Mediation supports, encourages, and promotes Durham's multi- and inter-disciplinary approaches to understanding the intricate complexity of mediating human thoughts and behaviours across linguistic, political, cognitive, and cultural boundaries.
School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Elvet Riverside, New Elvet,
Durham. DH1 3JT
Dr Binghan Zheng