The Fulbright Education Exchange program has given American and foreignstudents and scholars transnational educational experiences in every country in the world.The Fulbright Difference brings together twenty-seven ofthese participants, along with ten foreign alumni, in a collective effort to stimulate greaterawareness of the depth of the Fulbright achievement. Fulbright scholars show how the benefits oftheir participation extend well beyond their foreign study. Following an earlier volume, The Fulbright Experience, this second volume exploresissues of importance for historians of society, politics, culture, intellect, and diplomacy, aswell as administrators of the Fulbright program and policymakers in all nations. The collectiveportrait is a hard look at the overseas experience and its implications for publicpolicy.By April my quandary was clearer: what next? Perhaps an extension a but I was turned down. A aquot;wonderful jobaquot; at the buying office? A Harvard PhD program, with light teaching? But an American PhD, even from Harvard, meant nothing in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Fulbright Difference: 1948-1992|
|Author||:||Richard T. Arndt, David Lee Rubin|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 1993-01-01|