Forum on Education Abroad’s Curriculum Toolbox

Milton Bennett and Ida Castiglioni of the Intercultural Development Research Institute discuss the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity.

Watch on YouTube

Culting, Authoritarianism, & The Voice Of The Gods

A segment of episode #180 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Suspension Of Consciousness: Culting, Donald Trump, & The Voice Of The Gods with Milton J. Bennett.”

Watch on YouTube

What is dangerous of DOS and DON´TS in the intercultural context?

A brief interview of Milton J. Bennett for ICUnet.AG

Watch on YouTube

Interview with Milton J. Bennett

Interview with professor Milton J. Bennett during 9th IACCP European Conference in Warsaw, 2017

Watch on YouTube

The End of Relativism

Milton J. Bennett conducts an online session for SIETAR Europa on the 12th of October 2018

Watch on YouTube

The Value of Cultural Diversity: Rhetoric & Reality

Presentation given by Milton J. Bennett at the international conference on integration „Shared Identities in diverse communities: the Role of Culture, Media and Civil Society“ on 16 – 17 November 2017 in Tallinn, Estonia.

Watch on YouTube

A Blank Slate? Brain Science and Cultures

Milton Bennett’s panel presentation at the Intercultura conference  “A Blank Slate? Brain Science and Cultures”, Firenze, April 4, 2019

Watch the video

Ethical Issues in Intercultural Work

Ethical Issues in Intercultural Work: Milton Bennett interviews Lee Knefelkamp on the role of Ethics in the Intercultural Field.  Watch on YouTube

Bennett’s Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS)

Bennett’s Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS): a course project for Multicultural Eucation: Modifying Instruction for Urban Learners
Watch on YouTube

I Can Tell That We Are Gonna Be Friends

The Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity by Milton J. Bennett interpreted through a song written by Alicia White.

Watch on YouTube

Embodiment of Culture

While the idea of “culture” is an abstraction, the actual experience we have of culture is a very concrete one. Borrowing a concept from Humberto Maturana, I have defined culture as “the praxis of living of a coordinated group of people.” (Ida Castiglioni) Watch on Youtube

Reality is not a Thing

Plenary talk by Dr. Milton Bennett, director of the Intercultural Development Research Institute, to the Whidbey Winter Gathering on 2 February 2013 at the Whidbey Institute. Watch on YouTube

What All Interculturalists Need to Know (part 1)

First part of the Milton Bennett’s speech “What All Interculturalists Need to Know: Why They are Not Cross-Cultural Psychologists, Anthropologists, or Internationalists” held during the annual meeting of SIETAR Italia, February the 5th, 2011. Watch on Youtube

What All Interculturalists Need to Know (part 2)

Second part of the Milton Bennett’s speech “What All Interculturalists Need to Know: Why They are Not Cross-Cultural Psychologists, Anthropologists, or Internationalists” held during the annual meeting of SIETAR Italia, February the 5th, 2011. Watch on YouTube

What All Interculturalists Need to Know (part 3)

Third part of the Milton Bennett’s speech “What All Interculturalists Need to Know: Why They are Not Cross-Cultural Psychologists, Anthropologists, or Internationalists” held during the annual meeting of SIETAR Italia, February the 5th, 2011. Watch on YouTube

What All Interculturalists Need to Know (part 4)

Fourth part of the Milton Bennett’s speech “What All Interculturalists Need to Know: Why They are Not Cross-Cultural Psychologists, Anthropologists, or Internationalists” held during the annual meeting of SIETAR Italia, February the 5th, 2011. Watch on YouTube

What All Interculturalists Need to Know (part 5)

Fifth part of the Milton Bennett’s speech “What All Interculturalists Need to Know: Why They are Not Cross-Cultural Psychologists, Anthropologists, or Internationalists” held during the annual meeting of SIETAR Italia, February the 5th, 2011. Watch on YouTube

What All Interculturalists Need to Know (part 6)

Sixth part of the Milton Bennett’s speech “What All Interculturalists Need to Know: Why They are Not Cross-Cultural Psychologists, Anthropologists, or Internationalists” held during the annual meeting of SIETAR Italia, February the 5th, 2011. Watch on YouTube