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JFDP - Reflections of Eurasian Scholars


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JFDP - Reflections of Eurasian Scholars by T. Shadieva, I Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani
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JFDP - Reflections of Eurasian Scholars is a journey of exchange scholars from Russia, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Serbia, and Kazakhstan to USA. This anthology presents the interesting, shocking, and unforgettable moments of JFDP scholars' experiences. Anyone, who is interested to study in USA or going to any of the contributors' country, should read this book. This volume provides a rare perspective of observing the country from student's point of view to learn, share and cope with the cultural shock. The Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP) is an exchange program tailored for early career scholars and professionals. JFDP program allows young scholars to experience and learn from American classrooms. The participants join American Universities and class room teaching to observe, share, and learn various subjects from diverse perspectives. The JFDP program also offers young scholars to participate in professional events like conferences, forums and discussions.These essays may not reflect the accurate picture of America, its society and people, but the reminiscences of these unofficial cultural ambassadors bring forward the interesting and surprising encounters that would interest anyone who is concerned with people, cultures, and diversity.
Release date Australia
January 24th, 2007
Country of Publication
United States
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