Part 4: The Power of Language. Communication is key! In this session Professors Marlon Swai and Hiram Smith discuss the politics of language vis a vis identity and culture with Dr. Keshia Abraham. We explore race and class implications on language as experienced around the world, (specifically in South Africa, Latin America and the United States) while centering Black intellectual traditions and the complexities of “nation language”.
The Forum Announces the 2022 Finalists for the Award for Excellence in Education Abroad Curriculum Design
Forum on Education Abroad is pleased to announce the 2022 finalists of the Award for Excellence in Education Abroad Curriculum Design: Critical Global Citizenship: Migration, Nationality, and Peace in Austria,…
Announcing the 2022 Finalists for The Forum’s Award for Advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through Education Abroad
Dickinson College, IES Abroad, Temple University, and University of Virginia have been selected as the 2022 finalists of The Forum on Education Abroad’s Award for Advancing the UN SDGs through…
Forum Staff Reflections on the Power of Education Abroad
Lifechanging, enriching, inspiring, positive—these are just some of the ways that education abroad experiences can affect our lives and open us up to new opportunities that impact our lives forever….