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Name: Juliana Roth, PhD Present position: Institute for Intercultural Communication, Munich University, Germany (www.ikk.lmu.de) Birth date/place: 1943 Sofia, Bulgaria Family: married, two daughters Citizenship: Bulgarian, German Residence: until 1967: Sofia (Bulgaria) 1967-68: Freiburg (Germany) 1968-69: Bloomington, Indiana (USA) 1969 to present: Freiburg, Munster, Munich (Germany) 1988/1991: Berkeley, California Education: * High School in Sofia (Bulgaria); graduation 1961 * 1961-1967: University of Sofia (Bulgaria): chemistry * 1968/69: Indiana University, Bloomington: Slavic Studies, Cultural Anthropology, * Freiburg University (Germany) 1969-1978: 1972 M.A. (Slavic Studies), 1978 Ph.D. (Slavic Studies, East European History) Language proficiency * Bulgarian (native language) * German, English, Russian (fluent, written and spoken) * Serbocroatian, French, Modern Greek, Czech (moderate command written and spoken) Teaching Experience * Instructor of Bulgarian Language and Culture 1972-1976 (Freiburg University), 1977-1983 (Munster University) * 1984-1989: Research project on modernization and cultural change in Southeast Europe (Munich University) * 1988: Visiting scholar at the Slavic Department of University of California, Berkeley * 1991: Visiting professor at the Department of Anthropology of University of California, Berkeley * 1994/1996 Visiting professor at Klagenfurt University (Austria) * since 1990: Institute of Intercultural communication, Munich University * 1997-1999: Intercultural Management at the European Business School Munich * since 1997: Intercultural Management in the Extended Education Program of Munich University. * since 2001: Intercultural Aspects of Social Work, in the European Master Program, London University/Maastricht Hogeschool * 2001: Visiting Professor at the Corporate Communication Institute, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison NJ * since 2002: teaching Intercultural Communication at Munich University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) * 2002: Intercultural communication at the Hochschule fuer Politik, Munich Areas of specialization Slavic and East European cultures, European popular culture, Balkan anthropology, intercultural communication and training, methods of intercultural learning, intercultural communication in Eastern Europe, intercultural management Special interests: * Cultural and intellectual history of East and Southeast Europe * Development of curricula for Intercultural Communication; * Intercultural communication in profit and non-profit organizations * Intercultural learning and training * Cultural aspects of globalization * Cultural changes in postsocialist Eastern Europe * Cultural aspects of the relationship between East and West in Europe Projects/Research grants: * Volkswagen Foundation: "Introducing Intercultural Communication Curriculum Modules at Russian Universities" (1999-2001) * Volkswagen Foundation: "Introducing Intercultural Communication Curriculum Modules for the European Studies program at Bulgarian Universities" (2001-2003) * DAAD/German Academic Exchange Service, Alexander-Herzen-Program: "Intercultural Communication at Russian Universities" (since 2002, forthcoming) * Bayerischer Volkshochschulverband: Establishing a certificate-carrying curriculum for intercultural competence Intercultural Communication Training and Consultancy (selection): * Council of Europe/European Youth Centre * Ministry of the Exterior of Federal Republic of Germany * East-West Wissenschaftszentrum, University of Kassel * East-West Wirtschaftsakademie Berlin * Robert-Bosch-Foundation * Austrian Ministry of Education and Culture * BMW AG, Robert Bosch AG, EADS, DaimlerChrysler, MAN AG, Siemens AG, Quelle AG.


 
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