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Globalizing Knowledge: Connecting International & Intercultural Studies. The Academy in Transition
This is the fourth in a series of occasional papers that analyze the changes taking place in U.S. undergraduate education. This essay examines two streams of reform on the campus and in the curriculum--internationalization and diversification--and suggests that these separate movements must come together in a new paradigm of higher education in which diversity would be taught as the historical result of multiple overlapping diasporas created by the evolving process of globalization.
Author/Creator: Cornwell, Grant H., Stoddard, Eve W. Corp Author Association of American Colleges, Universities, Washington D. C. Program on the Status, Education of, Women
Author's address: Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1818 R Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009. Web site: http://www.accu-edu.org.
Date Published: 00-00
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