Welcome to the 10th anniversary issue of NAFSA’s Global Studies Literature Review (GSLR).

This issue of the GSLR explores the historical context of many themes important to international education, while simultaneously embracing how scholar practitioners (and practitioner scholars) are building the future of the field in innovative ways.

Issue No. 10 begins with four explorations of trends from authors whose books have seen the largest number of downloads and read reviews from the GSLR’s history. Each author’s book represents a major area of research in international education: Aya Matsuda’s reflections on the growth of Teaching English as an International Language; Jessica DuPlaga Deutsch and Jeffrey S. Lantis’s timeless work on building effective global classrooms; Edna B. Chun’s reflections on diversity competence in changing university frameworks; and William W. Hoffa’s insightful presentation of an engaging historical perspective of the field. Tying together these themes, which have been pivotal to the GSLR’s history and readership, Melissa Whatley and Bryan McAllister-Grande provide an analysis of the history of international education, its impact on humankind, and its future influence in a changing world.

The additional contributions to Issue No. 10 echo and enhance investigations raised in the first five essays and point to two of today’s primary concerns of the field. The value of global experiences echoes through Jay Bradley’s, Linda Drake Gobbo’s, Ashley T. Simmons Coffey’s, Sara Stene McGuinn’s, and Ernesto Verdeja’s reviews and essays. It is also present in pieces by Jonathan Larson and Melissa Wagner-Reese, who both review Scott Dominic Carpenter, Helena Kaufman, and Malene Torp’s pivotal book, Integrating Worlds: How Off-Campus Study Can Transform Undergraduate Education. Such value resonates in the second theme: links between intercultural education and diversity. Jeff Blair and Nick J. Gozik provide frameworks for intercultural education and Laure Bordas-Isner carries these ideas through to the complexities of intercultural communication. Tian Gong, Joseph F. Stanley, and Drew Villierme-Lightfoot provide insightful perspectives on intercultural education through essays and reviews that contextualize difference and whiteness in higher education.

We hope that these pieces inspire conversation and action in the field.

Sandra Crenshaw and Rebecca Hovey
Coeditors, Issue No. 10

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Introduction

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Featured Essays

Teaching English As an International Language: Its Past, Present, and Future As a New ELT Paradigm

Revisiting the Global Classroom: An Essential Guide to Study Abroad

Looking Forward: Rethinking Cultural Competence in a Divisive National Climate

Writing the Evolving History of U.S. Study Abroad

International Education and the Common Good: An Appraisal of the First 10 Years of the Global Studies Literature Review

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Valuing Global Experience

Thinking Bigger in International Education
Integrating Worlds: How Off-Campus Study Can Transform Undergraduate Education by Scott D. Carpenter, Helena Kaufman, and Malene Torp

Making Global Learning Universal: Promoting Inclusion and Success for All Students by Hilary Landorf, Stephanie Doscher, and Jaffus Hardrick

Education Abroad’s Copernican Moment?
Integrating Worlds: How Off-Campus Study Can Transform Undergraduate Education by Scott D. Carpenter, Helena Kaufman, and Malene Torp

Intentional Intercultural Pedagogy
Teaching Interculturally: A Framework for Integrating Disciplinary Knowledge and Intercultural Development by Amy Lee with Robert Poch, Mary Katherine O’Brien, and Catherine Solheim

Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally, Third Edition, edited by Barbara Kappler Mikk and Inge Steglitz

Shifting Off-Campus Study from the Sideline to the Frontline in Undergraduate Curricula
Integrating Worlds: How Off-Campus Study Can Transform Undergraduate Education by Scott D. Carpenter, Helena Kaufman, and Malene Torp

Cross-Cultural Interaction: Passport No Longer Required
Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally, Third Edition, edited by Barbara Kappler Mikk and Inge Steglitz

In the Field
Conflict Zone, Comfort Zone: Ethics, Pedagogy, and Effecting Change in Field-Based Courses edited by Agnieszka Paczynska and Susan F. Hirsch

Power to Lead and Empower: The Role of Senior International Officers at U.S. Higher Education Institutions
Leading Internationalization: A Handbook for International Education Leaders edited by Darla K. Deardorff and Harvey Charles Sterling

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Bridging Intercultural Education and Diversity

Teaching Interculturally: A Practical and Persuasive Guide to Aligning Postsecondary Teaching with the Needs of Increasingly Diverse Classrooms
Teaching Interculturally: A Framework for Integrating Disciplinary Knowledge and Intercultural Development by Amy Lee with Robert Poch, Mary Katherine O’Brien, and Catherine Solheim

“Pale, Male (and Often Stale)”: Efforts to Decolonize Academia
Decolonising the University edited by Gurminder K. Bhambra, Kerem Nișancioğlu, and Dalia Gebrial

Celebrating the Differences: The Foundation of Progress
International Perspectives in Higher Education: Balancing Access, Equity, and Cost edited by Delisle, Jason D., and Alex Usher

Disrupting Racial Hierarchies
White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo

Connecting the Dots: Exploring the Interface Between Curriculum Internationalization and Diversity and Inclusion Efforts
Internationalization and Diversity in Higher Education: Implications for Teaching, Learning and Assessment by David Killick

Making Global Learning Universal: Promoting Inclusion and Success for All Students by Hilary Landorf, Stephanie Doscher, and Jaffus Hardrick

Race, Equity, and the Environment: The Global Relevance of Critical and Inclusive Pedagogies in Higher Education edited by Frank Tuitt, Chayla Haynes, and Saran Stewart

A New Approach to Intercultural Communicative Competence in Study Abroad Programs
Intercultural Communicative Competence in Educational Exchange: A Multinational Perspective by Alvino E. Fantini

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