Books for Cultural Learning

Books for Cultural Learning · 29 Januar 2024
Jessica George's remarkable debut novel Maame narrates the life of Maddie, a 25-year-old Londoner, showcasing the universal challenges of young adulthood.

Books for Cultural Learning · 13 Januar 2024
The Culture Map by Erin Meyer is a comprehensive and practical book that explores the impact of cultural differences on the business world.

Books for Cultural Learning · 04 November 2023
When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit is a novel written and illustrated by Judith Kerr that tells the story of a wealthy Jewish family forced to flee Berlin in 1933 to escape Nazi persecution.

Books for Cultural Learning · 26 September 2023
James Rebanks' biography, The Shepherd's Life, describes the lives of people in the Cumbrian Lake District whose families have been sheep farmers for generations.

Books for Cultural Learning · 17 August 2023
Ben Coates came to the Netherlands in 2010 when his flight was diverted to Amsterdam Airport. He has since made the country his home and in 2015, published Why the Dutch are Different based on his research and experiences living there.

Exploring racism, privilege and women's aspirations in the 21st century
Books for Cultural Learning · 13 August 2023
Such a Fun Age is a novel about a young black babysitter and her white employer, exploring themes of race, privilege and self-realisation through their intertwined lives in contemporary America.

A captivating novel by a Chinese-American author
Books for Cultural Learning · 06 August 2023
Anchee Min's memoir, The Cooked Seed, is a gripping story that describes the hardships in China in the wake of the Cultural Revolution and her experiences as a struggling immigrant in the United States.

How I met the author of When Cultures Collide
Books for Cultural Learning · 11 Juli 2023
"When Cultures Collide" by Richard Lewis explores how culture affects communication.

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah
Books for Cultural Learning · 17 Juni 2023
Born to a black mother and a white father during Apartheid in South Africa, Trevor Noah's existence was deemed illegal. In a memoir that is both humorous and poignant, Noah recounts his experiences growing up as a mixed-race child in South Africa.

Books for Cultural Learning
This blog will feature a wide range of literary works dealing with culture-related topics such as emigration, cultural identities and much more, covering different genres, both fiction and non-fiction.