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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.

Current Blog Discussions
Read some of the cross-cultural discussions currently underway on the CCR Blog:

  • Students at Khabarovsk Academy in Russia, örebro University in Sweden and Stanford University USA present opinions about cultural stereotypes and research ideas.
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  • Stanford University's "The Rhetoric of Food Science and Politics" students and City College New York’s “Science Writing” students discuss how key sources and authors inform their research projects.
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    Stanford University's "The Rhetoric of Gaming" students discuss their research projects.
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  • Stanford University's "Visual Rhetoric Across the Globe" class & University of Uppsala's rhetoric class posts about their video conference conversations about Globalization.
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  • Stanford University's "Rhetoric of Research" class & the University of Sydney's "Page to Screen" class blog about their approaches to academic research and scholarship.
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  • Stanford University's "Online Activism" class & an American University in Cairo class analyze the campaign websites for U.S. Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama.
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  • Stanford University CCR students discuss their Cross-Cultural Rhetoric Research Projects.
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