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Title MESTENHAUSER AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Published [S.l.] : ROUTLEDGE, 2022
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Series Internationalization in higher education
Summary Focusing on the work of Josef A. Mestenhauser (1925-2015) and the depth and breadth of his contribution to the area of internationalization of higher education, this book addresses the theoretical foundations of the field of international education and the implications for practice and strategy. It considers key concepts and poses questions for discussion that make Mestenhauser's work accessible to new readers. Through a series of provocative essays, contributors to this volume examine Mestenhauser's influence on their understanding and practice of international education, the relevance of his work today, the transferability of his ideas across contexts, and current interpretations of the field. They consider areas of agreement and disagreement that illuminate pathways for inquiry and future practice, affirming the importance of his work in a new global landscape. Mestenhauser and the Possibilities of International Education is suitable reading for all those interested in the internationalization of higher education, including higher education faculty, students, researchers, and international education and higher education policy makers
Notes Anne M. D'Angelo is the assistant dean of global initiatives for the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, USA. Mary Katherine O'Brien is a researcher for education and outreach at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota, USA. Gayla Marty is a writer and editor whose interest in culture developed during a decade working closely with Mestenhauser
Subject Mestenhauser, Josef A.
International education.
EDUCATION / General
EDUCATION / Higher
Form Electronic book
Author D'Angelo, Anne M., editor
Marty, Gayla, editor.
O'Brien, Mary Katherine, editor
ISBN 1000608654
1000608662
1003159818
9781000608656
9781000608663
9781003159810