Publications

My publications

▪40 publications in anthologies

▪13 articles in journals

▪6 Textbooks

▪2 edited volumes

▪1 monograph

▪ A Question of Perspective 2. Critical Incidents from the World of Labor Market-Related Counseling, Placement, and Integration.

▪ University of the Federal Employment Agency (HG.), Mannheim 2022.

▪ What we can learn from other cultures. Gabal: Offenbach.

▪ How Language Use Can Empower Women – The Discourse On Gender-Equitable Language In Germany, erscheint in: Women’s Empowerment for a Sustainable Future, Hg: Claude-Hélène Mayer, Elisabeth Vanderheiden, Orna Braun-Lewensohn, Gila Chen, Kiyoko Sueda, Brightness Mangolothi, Saba Safdar, Soyeon Kim bei Springer.

▪ Self-care for consultants, in: dvb forum 2/2022, issue: Future perspectives in times of crisis.

▪ Communicate intercultural competence online, new concepts for the methodical conception and implementation of intercultural training in digital format. Eds.: Gundula Gwenn Hiller, Reema Fattohi, Ulrike Zillmer. In preparation. Published by Springer Verlag.

▪ Staging central learning experience ‚change of perspective‘ online – as a critical-incident-based intercultural exploratory journey, to appear in: Teaching Intercultural Competence Online, New Concepts for the Methodological Design and Delivery of Intercultural Training in Digital Format. Eds: Gundula Gwenn Hiller, Reema Fattohi, Ulrike Zillmer. In preparation. Springer-Verlag.

▪ A question of perspective 2. Critical incidents from the fields of labor market related counseling. University of the Federal Employment Agency (Ed.). Mannheim.

▪ Multilingualism in the Administration in the Field of Tension between Legislative and Customer Orientation Using the Example of the Federal Employment Agency. In: Lacheny, M./Rentel, N./Schwerter, St.: „It’s all Greek to me“. Multilingualism from an interdisciplinary perspective. Stuttgart: Ibidem. S. 169-188.▪ Learning actively with videos – Three scenarios for integrating student-created learning videos into university teaching (With H. Klevenow, D. Mocigemba, P. Weber); in: Lehmann, L./Engelhardt, D., Wilke, W.: Kompetenzen für die digitale Transformation 2020. Berlin: Springer.
Culturally Sensitive Counseling Competence in the Context of Higher Education; In: Alois Moosmüller (Ed.): Interkulturelle Kompetenz – kritische Perspektiven. Münster, Waxmann Verlag.
Translation Errors in Higher Education; In: Ní Ríordáin, Clíona / Schwerter, Stephanie (ed.) Speaking like a Spanish Cow: Cultural Errors in Translation, 181-204.
A matter of perspective. Critical Incidents from the point of view of Studentenwerke and higher education institutions. German Student Union (HG.), Berlin 2016.

Biliteracy as policy in academic institutions. (Co-authors: Baker, B. /Zina, M./Palfreyman, D./Manu, W.): Palfreyman, D. (ed.): Academic biliteracies. Multilingual Matters, Bristol/UK.

▪ „In Germany you have no idea what the professor expects“ – How are expectations and criteria for performance certificates communicated? In: Hartz, S./Marx, S. (Eds.): „Leitkonzepte der Hochschuldidaktik: Theorie – Empirie – Praxis“. Series: Blickpunkt Hochschuldidaktik, W. Bertelsmann Verlag.

Cultural challenges posed by differences in German and French teaching-learning cultures . In: Dietrich-Chênel K. /et al. (Ed.): Interkulturelle Kompetenz in deutsch-französischen Studiengängen: didaktische Konzepte, Methoden, Materialien / Les compétences interculturelles dans les cursus franco-allemands: modèles didactiques, méthodes et supports d’enseignement. VS Verlag: Wiesbaden.

Teaching and advising skills in internationalized university teaching. Findings and recommendations based on an empirical study of e-mail communication. In: Merkt, M./Schaper, N./Wetzel, C. (Eds.): Professionalisierung der Hochschuldidaktik. Series: Blickpunkt Hochschuldidaktik; N° 127, W. Bertelsmann Verlag, Bielefeld.

Interculturality in Occupational Health Management. In: Ternès, A./Peters, T./Ghadiri, A. (Eds.): Trends in Occupational Health Management. Springer-Gabler Verlag, Wiesbaden.

Didactic-organizational challenges of self-learning arrangements. Reflections on the example of two courses.Organization and Infrastructure in Self-learning Arrangements. In: Halbeis, W./Armborst-Weihs, K. /Böckelmann, C. (Eds.): Selbstbestimmt lernen – Selbstlern-arrangements gestalten. Innovations for Study Programs with Precious Attendance Time.

Intercultural Learning and Teaching Intercultural Competence – An Overview of Methods and their Use In: Dietrich-Chênel K. /et al. (Ed.): Interkulturelle Kompetenz in deutsch-französischen Studiengängen: didaktische Konzepte, Methoden, Materialien / Les compétences interculturelles dans les cursus franco-allemands: modèles didactiques, méthodes et supports d’enseignement. VS Verlag: Wiesbaden.

▪ Leitfaden Interkulturelle Kommunikation und Kompetenz / Toolbox für deutsch-französische Studiengänge. In cooperation with the Franco-German University, Saarland University, Université de Haute Alsace

Intercultural peer tutoring competences as a part of learning development in an international Higher Education context. (Co-authors: Jannike Hille/Stefanie Vogler-Lipp). In: Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education.

A question of perspective. Critical Incidents from Student Services and University Administration. German Student Union (HG.), Berlin 2016.

▪ Dietrich-Chenel K. / Hiller, G. / Lüsebrink, H.-J. / Oster-Stierle, P. / Vatter, Ch. (Eds.): Interkulturelle Kompetenz in deutsch-französischen Studiengängen: didaktische Konzepte, Methoden, Materialien / Les compétences interculturelles dans les cursus franco-allemands: modèles didactiques, méthodes et supports d’enseignement. Series: Key Competences for Higher Education and Employability; VS Verlag: Wiesbaden.

„Hello, dear man – I’m impatiently waiting for that!“ Intercultural challenges in university communication using the example of a student e-mail. In: Möller, M./Mursli, R. (Ed.): Tagungsband „Interkulturalität in Theorie und Praxis“. Rabat/Morocco.

Peer-Learning interdisziplinär – ein innovatives Praxisbeispiel für ein hochschulübergreifendes Lehrformat. Co-author: Sandra Haas; In: Schelhowe, H./Schaumburg, M./Jasper, J. (Eds.): Teaching is touching the future. Academic teaching within and across disciplines. Series: „Motivierendes Lehren und Lernen an Hochschulen“, Universitäts-Verlag Webler, Bielefeld.

Highly praised here – failed there: When teaching and learning practices are different from those at the home university. In: Mondial. Journal of Intercultural Perspectives.

Cultures d’enseignement et d’apprentissage en France et en Allemagne dans un contexte universitaire d’internationalisation et de mobilité. Gonnot, A.-C./Rentel, N./Schwerter, S. (eds.): Dialogues entre langues et cultures. Series: Studies on translation and intercultural communication in Romania, Peter Lang-Verlag, Frankfurt/Main. S. 147 – 176.

Cultural Studies and Employability. Using the example of a degree program with an intercultural orientation. In: Höhne, St. (ed.), Cultural Studies in the European Context. Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt /Main. S. 87 – 108.

What do you mean by loose? Interactional and institutional specifics of the teaching and learning culture in the German humanities from the perspective of Polish students. In: Moosmüller, A./Waibel, I. (Eds.): Science Mobility and Intercultural Communication in the German-Polish-Czech Context. Tectum-Verlag Marburg. S. 106 – 134.

Internationality and border location as a learning resource. In: Berkenbusch, G./v. Helmolt, K./Jia, W. (eds.): Intercultural learning settings: concepts – formats – procedures. ibidem-Verlag Stuttgart, series „Culture – Communication – Cooperation“. S. 109 – 136.
„Studying“ versus „étudier“- current and historical perspectives on the German and French higher education systems (co-author: Thomas Hippler). In: Lendemains. Etudes comparées sur la France. Vol. 39 (2014).

Kulturelle und sprachliche Diversität in der Hochschule – Am Beispiel von E-Mail-Kommunikation. In: Moosmüller, A./Möller-Kiero, J. (Eds.): Interkulturalität und kulturelle Diversität; Series: Münchner Beiträge zur interkulturellen Kommunikation. Waxmann, Münster. S. 233 – 258.
The university in intercultural exchange. In: Rethinking university teaching. Special issue of the journal Technik und Architektur of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. S. 11 – 13.
Incentives for establishing a new teaching-learning culture at universities. In: ZFHE Journal of Higher Education Development, Jg.7/No. 3 (June 2012).
Hiller, G./Vogler-Lipp, S. (Ed.): Schlüsselqualifikation Interkulturelle Kompetenz an Hochschulen. Fundamentals, concepts, methods. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften Wiesbaden.

Innovative Methods for Promoting and Assessing Intercultural Competence in Higher Education. In: 2010 Developing and Assessing Intercultural Competence Conference Proceedings. Edited by CERCLL (Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy), University of Arizona, Tucson, USA. p. 29.
Developing an Intercultural Competence Program at an international cross-border university. Co-Author: Maja Wozniak, In: Journal of Intercultural Education. Volume 20, Issue S1-2 October 2009, pp. 113 – 124. Peer-reviewed.

Identifying Intercultural Problems between German and Polish Students using the Extended Critical Incident Analysis [37 paragraphs]. Qualitative Social Research Forum/Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 10(1), art. 45, [Online Journal],

The use of „Extended Critical Incident Analysis“ in cultural contrastive research [36 Absätze]. Qualitative Social Research Forum/Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 10(1), art. 45, [Online Journal],

Articles in magazines

Interview; In: "Room One
- The patient magazine No. 1/2020.

Article in Research & Teaching (May 2017): German Teaching and Learning Practices from an International Perspective

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Higher Education, article in Mitschrift (Journal of the European University. Viadrina)

The university in intercultural exchange - article in the journal 'Technik & Kultur', issue 'Hochschullehre neu think' (FH Lucerne)

Podcasts:

Podcast interview with Prof. Dr. Christine Sichtmann: Episode „You can do it! Successfully writing a thesis“

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