Volume IX, Fall 2003

Contributors

Introduction
Brian Whalen, Editor

Study Abroad Levels: Toward a Classification of Program Types
Lilli Engle and John Engle

Women and Cultural Learning in Costa Rica: Reading the Contexts
Adele Anderson

Risk Management in Study Abroad: Lessons from the Wilderness
Mark A. Ritchie

Asian Americans: Factors Influencing the Decision to Study Abroad
J. Scott Van Der Meid

History Lived and Learned: Students and Vietnam Veterans in an Integrative Study Abroad Course
Raymond M. Scurfield, Leslie P. Root, & Andrew Wiest with F.N. Coiro, H.J. Sartin, C.L. Jones, & M.B. Fanugao

African Studies Abroad: Meaning and Impact of America’s Burgeoning Export Industry
Jennifer E. Coffman and Kevin Brennan

Development of Oral Communication Skills Abroad
Christina L. Isabelli-García

Studying Abroad in Nepal: Assessing Impact
Patricia Farrell and Murari Suvedi

New Directions to the Global Century
Patti McGill Peterson

Book Reviews

Jean-Phillipe Mathy: Extrême-Occident: French Intellectuals and America. 1993. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 307 pp.
Sheila Bayne

Louis Menand: The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America. 2001. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 546 pp.
Lance Kenney

Warren Zimmerman: First Great Triumph: How Five Americans Made Their Country a World Power. 2002. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 576 pp.
Emily S. Rosenberg

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