A History of US Study Abroad
Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad and the Forum on Education Abroad are proud to announce this special publication. Eight years of work by one of the field's respected colleagues, William W. Hoffa, have come to fruition in this important volume.
“His comprehensive and rich look at the origins of traveling to learn, and
the eventual outgrowth of education abroad—shaped by America's unique
his-tory, political tensions, and pedagogical differences —is instructive today
as we map the future of education abroad and consider how best to foster
global knowledge, understanding and good will among our students.”
Sherry Schwarz, Transitions Abroad's Student Guide Spring 2007
Forum members and Frontiers subscribers receive one complimentary copy, either at the Forum conference or by mail. To order additional copies, please use our online publications order form.