Current Volume: XXV - Spring 2015



July 2015: New Addition to Volume XXV


"The Forum BEVI Project: Applications and Implications for International, Multicultural, and Transformative Learning"

Elizabeth Wandschneider, et al





Frontiers, since 1994, has published thought-provoking research articles and insightful essays to

  • provide the field of study abroad an intellectual charge,
  • document the best thinking and innovative programming,
  • create dialogue among colleagues in international education,
  • and, ultimately, enrich perspectives and bring greater meaning to the work of education abroad.




Frontiers reflects deeply on critical issues and concerns of study abroad.


In particular, Frontiers is interested in the intellectual development of students in an international and intercultural context. Study abroad offers great promise both to individual students and to institutions committed to international education.


Frontiers is intentionally interdisciplinary in scope.


It publishes manuscripts from a wide range of disciplines and encourages approaches to topics that use multiple and mutually supporting forms of analysis.


Frontiers is the academic journal of

The Forum on Education Abroad.




NOTE: Opinions expressed in articles published by Frontiers are those of its author(s) solely, and do not represent the opinions of the Editors, Editorial Board, The Forum on Education Abroad, or Dickinson College.



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