Dr Guido Rings is Emeritus Professor of Postcolonial Studies and Co-Director of Anglia Ruskin Research Centre for Intercultural and Multilingual Studies (ARRCIMS) at the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University. Professor Guido Rings specializes in postcolonial literature and cinema. Within the Anglia Ruskin Research Centre for Intercultural and Multilingual Studies (ARRCIMS), Professor Guido Rings takes the lead on initiatives related to postcolonial viewpoints, intercultural communication, and the evolution of transcultural narratives related to conquest, colonization, and migration.
Professor Guido Rings' in-depth expertise in the field of intercultural communication has certainly enriched the learning experience of MA students in this area. Professor Guido Rings provided several recommendations for gaining textual and contextual understanding of films that delve into intercultural interactions within the context of worldwide migration. These recommendations encompass cultivating a perceptive comprehension of the theoretical body of work centred on intercultural interactions in film and various narrative mediums. Additionally, they involve investigating, synthesizing, and articulating cinematic portrayals of intercultural encounters and the process of identity negotiation.
TLU BFM and Anglia Ruskin University (located in Cambridge, United Kingdom) are both grounded in the core principles of fostering intercultural collaboration and promoting innovation. These principles serve as the basis for implementing creative ideas and solutions within the European Masters in Intercultural Communication programme.
To obtain further information, please do not hesitate to reach out to Dr Anastassia Zabrodskaja. She holds the position of Professor of Intercultural Communication, serves as the Head of the MA program in Communication Management, and is the Executive Director of the European Masters in Intercultural Communication. You can contact her at email@example.com.