“Thoughts on Education Abroad” is a monthly column written for CAPA World by Dr. Michael Woolf, Deputy President for Strategic Development at CAPA The Global Education Network.
He will be exploring a variety of topics on the general theme of international education.
Archived posts are listed below:
- September 2018: Conversations in Brave Spaces: Jews and Black Americans
- April 2018: Borders, Mobility and Migration: Privilege and Pain
- March 2018: The Dean and Mr. Schneider: No Laughing Matter
- February 2018: Imagine Space Revisited: Europe and the Obscene Whisper
- January 2018: Imagined Space: Inventing the East and Creating the West
- December 2017: Does God Like Christmas?
- November 2017: Beyond our Vision: A Shameful Amnesia
- October 2017: Worlds Apart: From Idealism to Pragmatism
- September 2017: The Circus
- August 2017: Too Academic: A Therapeutic Approach
- July 2017: The Length of Study Abroad: Does it Matter?
- June 2017: Exploring Space: The Streets of Boston
- May 2017: Exploring Space: Names and Monuments
- April 2017: What to Do at the Airport: New Landscapes
- March 2017: The Idea of Africa in Study Abroad
- February 2017: Why We Should Teach the Bible
- January 2017: The Dumb Economy, Post Truth, Fake News & other Linguistic Confusions
- December 2016: The Ever-Changing Cityscape as it Defines the Space We Learn In
- November 2016: Sounds Familiar? Roma & Memory
- October 2016: Re-reading the City: Jews and Urban Identity
- September 2016: Anti-intellectualism and Employability
- August 2016: Why My Shoes Were Dirty at NAFSA - Someone and the Boy
- July 2016: Disintegration: When the UK Voted to Leave the European Union
- June 2016: Pursuing the Holy Grail: The Problem of Quality (Continued)
- May 2016: International Education: In Search of Quality
- April 2016: Oh to Be a Center Fielder! Sport & Study Abroad
- March 2016: An Ethical Landscape: Crossing Borders
- February 2016: Study Abroad & Frank Sinatra: Words of Wisdom
- January 2016: Nothing New Under the Moon or Sun: The State of Study Abroad
- December 2015: What Happened to Christmas (or the Curse of Political Correctness)
- November 2015: Where the Sun Never Sets: Colonial & Post-colonial Histories
- October 2015: For God's Sake: Religion & Study Abroad
- September 2015: Speaking The English
- August 2015: A Room of One's Own: Discreet Space and the Immersion Myth
- July 2015: The Greek Crisis: OXI and Bella Ciao in Syntagma Square
- June 2015: These Foolish Things: The Romantics and Study Abroad
- May 2015: Has Anybody Seen the Environment?
- April 2015: International Education & The Shadow of Giants
- March 2015: All Things Being Equal: Under Representation & the Duration Debate
- February 2015: Don't Lecture Me!
- January 2015: Virtual Reality, Cave Paintings and Study Abroad
- December 2014: Going Missing at Christmas
- November 2014: What Does Experiential Education Mean?
- October 2014: On Failure
- September 2014: Education and Employment: Reviewing the Dynamics
- August 2014: The Importance of Falling
- July 2014: July 4th: The Fundamental Things Apply…As Time Goes By
- June 2014: When Progress Died: On War and Education Abroad
- May 2014: In Dublin’s Fair City
- April 2014: An England Lost
- March 2014: Study Abroad: The Problem with Seeking Authenticity
- February 2014: Babbling of Green Fields: Nature and the City
- January 2014: Going Home for Christmas and Other Fantasies: A New Year’s Resolution?
- November 2013: Mickey and Mona on the Great Wall
- October 2013: What Dorothy Did Before She Went Home: Learning Outcomes on the Yellow-Brick Road
- September 2013: Ginger Mick
- August 2013: Are Study Abroad Programs Really “Innovative” (by Guest Blogger Dr. Angi Yucas)
- July 2013: The Other New England: The Example of Zadie Simth
- May 2013: What Europe Means
- April 2013: The Ideological Landscape of Study Abroad
- March 2013: Can Less Government Funding Mean More Internationalization?
- March 2013: On Millennials: Defining a Generation
- February 2013: Student Happiness: Why It Doesn’t Matter
- January 2013: Re-entry or Homecoming: What Dorothy Did Next
- December 2012: The Business of Education: The Education of Business