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My Guest is Dr. Gregory P. Meyjes
Our nation is now more multicultural and interfaith than at any other time. How to navigate through the various culture and faith traditions is a question I have asked myself in the interfaith work that I do. What necessary skills do we need, and how does that affect our sense of who we are, in our quickly expanding and changing society?
Join my guest Dr. Gregory P. Meyjes who is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Kennesaw State University and President of Solidaris Intercultural Services LLC, an intercultural and international competency firm with a focus on language, religion, and race/ethnicity.
Dr. Meyjes is Bahai’ and is an applied sociolinguist whose research concerns attitudes, policies, and practices involving the inclusion of cultural minority groups. He has pursued a rights-based approach to social change for decades. The recipient of several post-doctoral awards including two Fulbright assignments, his current teaching focuses on intercultural competency and international conflict management.
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