History of U.S. Study Abroad is a book series that recounts the trajectory and evolution of U.S. study abroad since it's inception. The series outlines important junctures in the development of education abroad opportunities at U.S. colleges and universities and the profession of international educators as we know them today while exploring external factors and reasons for changes over time. A must-read for scholars and practitioners seeking to understand the hows and whys of our field.
Volumes in this Series:
A History of US Study Abroad: Beginnings to 1965»
William W. Hoffa
A special publication of the Forum in partnership with Frontiers journal, this work examines the evolution of the field of education abroad, bringing greater meaning to the field through its documentation of its past.
doi.org/10.36366/B.978-1-952376-11-5 | ISBN 978-1-952376-11-5
A History of US Study Abroad: 1965-Present»
Edited by Stephen C. DePaul & William W. Hoffa
Published through a special agreement with Frontiers journal, Forum members received a copy of this Frontiers publication upon its release. This volume explores the complex and often intersecting topic areas in the development of the field of education abroad from 1965 to 2010.
doi.org/10.36366/B.978-1-952376-12-2 | ISBN 978-1-952376-12-2
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