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Transatlantic Dialogues at the University of Luxembourg: Intercultural Exchange, Global Networking, Transdisciplinary Collaboration
Powell, Justin J W mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Social Sciences (DSOC) >]
Transatlantic Dialogue Liber Memorialis: Re-Imagining the Tower of Babel 2008, 2011, 2014, 2017, 2020, ...
Brown, Ashley
Carbon, François mailto
Chambers, Bill
Coomes, Michael
Coudenys, Wim
Rogers, Judy
Weyer, Dany
Wilson, Maureen
University of Luxembourg
[en] dialogue ; culture ; exchange ; collaboration ; cooperation ; team ; mobility ; conference ; event ; networking ; higher education ; university ; University of Luxembourg ; transdisciplinary ; global
[en] Under the banner of “Transatlantic Dialogues,” but increasingly global in scope, this series
of international conferences organized since 2008 in Luxembourg, symbolize the cultural essence and reflect the core goals of the university and of its country. The University of Luxembourg (, as the main venue, is an organization embedded in and reflecting its hyper diverse, multicultural society. has developed intercultural exchange, global networking, and transdisciplinary collaboration as guiding principles and modus operandi. Organized by cultural ambassador extraordinaire François Carbon ( Strategic Advisor for Cultural Affairs to the Rector), colleagues, and students, these truly unique events, stretching across numerous days and covering the entirety of the Grand Duchy, brought dimensions of culture, education, and science into dialogues as productive as they were inspirational. Creating durable human bonds and growing networks demands authentic environments and conditions to facilitate communication and collaboration, especially across languages, intellectual styles, and disciplinary foci.
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