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An Oral History of Study Abroad

Octavio di Leo


Opportunities for Innovation in a Knowledge-based Society

Living abroad (whether studying, working, or both) is a memorable way to learn with others and to challenge nationalisms, by listening to the diversity of human stories and developing an ear to global polyphony. The art of storytelling has been a universal practice from times immemorial, and a creative way to understand and bridge conflicts. This narrative is an attempt to show how students and educators abroad make that lasting conversation happen and draw together a story map (whether experiential, virtual, or both) as inspiring mediators and future ambassadors…


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