Cultus: the Journal of intercultural mediation and communication is an international refereed journal focussing on the role of culture in constructing, perceiving and translating reality. The Journal aims to develop an awareness of the interplay between language and culture in communication.
Each issue contains a selected number of internationally refereed articles broadly themed around a central topic in intercultural communication, and also includes an interview.
ISSUE1 2008 Translation at Work interview between international Translation scholars, Andrew Chesterman and Mona Baker, where she discusses her views on conflict and mediation.
ISSUE2 2009 Training and Competence interview between interculturalist Geert Hofstede and linguist Delia Chiaro. Hofstede defends criticism from linguists (discussed in detail in the editorial) and explains his Kuhnian revolution
ISSUE3 2010 Identity and Integration interview between interculturalists Milton Bennett and Patrick Boylan
ISSUE 4 2011 Corpus Linguistics and Culture interview between CL scholars Mike Stubbs and Sebastian Hoffmann and article by Alan Partington on how Corpus Linguistics’ tools can help in the study of cultural aspects of discourse