Dutschke and Larsen Publish Chapter on History of Study Abroad

By Purnell T. Cropper | April 20, 2010

Dr. Dennis Dutschke, Founding Dean of The College of Global Studies, co-wrote a chapter in the new book, A History of U.S. Study Abroad: 1965-Present, a special publication of Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad. The book completes the history of U.S. study abroad by joining a companion volume, A History of U.S. Study Abroad: Beginnings to 1965, written by William Hoffa. Together, these volumes provide a comprehensive understanding of education abroad.

The chapter that Dutschke co-wrote with Dr. David Larsen, Special Assistant to the President and former Vice President and Executive Director of the Arcadia University Center for Education Abroad, is called “Campus Internationalization and Study Abroad.”

Contributing authors to the volume attended a special session at the Forum on Education Abroad’s sixth annual conference March 24-26 in Charlotte, N.C. The session, “Musings on A History of U.S. Study Abroad,” celebrated the completion of this collaborative effort, authored by  some of the most experienced colleagues in the field of education abroad.