|Developing a New International Studies Program in the Context of Globalisation: the RMIT University Experience in Australia|
Prof. Desmond Cahill and Prof. Michael Singh
RMIT University, Melbourne
Desmond Cahill is Professor of Intercultural Studies in the Department of Language and International Studies at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia where he currently heads the international studies program. He is one of Australia's leading authorities on immigrant and intercultural education, and has conducted Australia-wide reviews for the Australian government in areas such as multicultural education and ethnic minority youth.
Michael Singh is Professor of Language and Culture,
and currently heads the Department of Language and International
Studies at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. His research
interests are in postcolonialism and multiculturalism, especially
the curriculum perspectives, and in the cultural and language
implications of globalization, particularly in relation to local
and world Englishes.
|Presentation Format: 45 min. paper|
5-9 July 2000