We are pleased to offer our second installment of the Global Studies Literature Review. We heard positive reactions from experienced international educators, scholars, and newcomers alike that the GSLR serves a need and represents an exciting new venture in the field - a way to monitor both scholarship of international education and new ideas. We thank everyone who wrote in, for their positive comments as well as their suggestions for improvement.
For our fall 2010 installment, we are featuring 14 new entries, from nine new contributors and three returning contributors. Highlights include Gavin Sanderson reviewing the Polish writer Ryszard Kapuściński's final work, The Other; Eduardo Contreras on the new volume of The History of Study Abroad; Virginia Wickline on The Global Classroom; Mandy Reinig on how the novel The Last War can contribute to our understanding of maintaining relationships abroad; and Joe Hoff reviewing the recent IIE publication on joint and double degree programs.