With International Education Week just a few short weeks away, we have chosen to highlight Frontiers:The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad as the Featured Journal for November.
Frontiers is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary publication dedicated to the intellectual development of students in an international and intercultural context. The journal generally publishes two volumes per year, alternating between a general, eclectic volume and a thematic volume that covers a specific topic in-depth. Each volume typically contains research articles, an essay, book reviews, and an update of a particular theme or topic in study abroad. Frontiers covers a wide range of disciplines and approaches to topics that use multiple and mutually supporting forms of analysis.
- an analysis of the meaning of study abroad for a particular historical figure
- an examination of study abroad themes as they appear in a literary work
- a business case study analysis of an abroad program
- a research article on the psychological processes that shape study abroad experiences.
Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad is currently available online through Reese Library. For more information about this journal or any other in our collection, contact LouAnn Blocker, serials and electronic resources librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-667-4907.