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  1. Week 1: Introductory Class: Language, Culture and Representation 6 items
    1. Chapter 2 of 'An Introduction to Intercultural Communication: Identities in a Global Community' - Fred Edmund Jandt

      Chapter Required Please read pages 37-48 (first 2 paragraphs on p. 48)

    2. Media, Communication, Culture: A Global Approach - James Lull 2000

      Book Supplementary

    3. Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalisation - Arjun Appadurai 1996

      Book Supplementary

  2. Week 2: Comics across Cultures 7 items
    1. From Mafalda to Boogie The City and Argentine Humor - Héctor D. Fernández L'Hoeste

      Chapter Supplementary

  3. Week 3: Translation across Cultures / Marae Visit 5 items
    1. Marae and Tribal Identity in Urban Aotearoa/New Zealand - Tapsell Paul March/June 2002

      Article Required Click on the download icon (a box with an arrow at the right hand upper side of the page) to download a copy. Required reading are pages 141-145 & 162-167; it is appreciated if you read all though.

    2. Ngā tikanga o te marae : Marae Practices - Rawinia Higgins, John C. Moofield

      Chapter Recommended This chapter explains marae practices - read this before the marae visit if you have never been to a marae.

  4. Week 4: Memory and Monuments: Cultures of Commemoration 6 items
    1. How Societies Remember - Paul Connerton 1989

      Book Recommended

    2. Valley of the Fallen: Inside Spain's Most Controversial Visitor Site - Stephen Phelan 28/03/2017

      Webpage Supplementary Interesting newspaper article on the Valley of the Fallen

  5. Week 5: Cinematic Cities 5 items
    1. Corridor Romance: Wong Kar-wai's Intimate City - Laurel Wypkema 2005

      Website Required Reading A (2 parts): "Corridor Romance" and "In the Mood for Love" constitute ONE reading (it's a movie clip and a review about it).

    2. In The Mood For Love: Frames Within Frames - The Nerdwriter

      Website Required Reading A: "Corridor Romance" and "In the Mood for Love" constitute ONE reading (it's a movie clip and a review about it).

    3. La dolce vita 1960

      Audio-visual document Required Reading B (3 parts): Please watch the first 10 minutes of Fellini’s 1960 film La dolce vita and the first 13 minutes and 30 seconds of Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty from 2013 and think about the similarities and differences. Please also read the Introduction to Cinematic Rome, pages xi-xiv..

    4. The Great Beauty 2013

      Audio-visual document Required Reading B (3 parts): Please watch the first 13 minutes and 30 seconds of Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty from 2013 and the first 10 minutes of Fellini’s 1960 film La dolce vita and the think about the similarities and differences. Please also read Please also read the Introduction to Cinematic Rome, pages xi-xiv.

    5. Introduction - Richard Wrigley

      Chapter Required Reading B (3 parts): Please read the first four pages of this Introduction to Cinematic Rome (pages xi - xiv) in conjunction with the two movies, La dolce vita and The Great Beauty.

  6. Week 6: No Readings 0 items
  7. Week 7: Mapping the World: Space and Place 1 item
    1. Putting Māori History, Society and Culture on the Map - Ocean Ripeka Mercier October 2013

      Article Required The link provided goes to the whole of volume 7 of this journal - this article goes from pages 28-31.

  8. Week 8: Reading the Body: Costumes and Performance 2 items
    1. Chapter 14: Adornments - Sean Mallon 2002

      Chapter Required

  9. Week 9: Writing the World: Scripts 1 item
  10. Week 10: Hearing the World: Music, Place and Identity 0 items
  11. Week 11: Migrant Identities 0 items