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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Lived Experiences in an Era of Unprecedented Uncertainty and Challenges: New Voices from Intersectional Identities

2021-06-27

International students carry multiple identities simultaneously. These identities are dynamic and constantly shifting from how they identify in the host culture, in the classroom and on campus as well within their own home and families and in their home country and culture. This special issue will explore the intersectionality of the identities of international students as they deal with occurrences of discrimination and marginalization.

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Vol. 11 No. S1 (2021): Special Issue | Internationalization for an Uncertain Future
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In this special issue, “Internationalization for an Uncertain Future: Emerging Conversations in Critical Internationalization Studies” co-editors Sharon Stein and Dale M. McCartney examine emerging areas of inquiry in the field of critical internationalization Studies (CIS) and invite consideration of how the field might responsibly confront the challenges, complexities, and possibilities that emerge in efforts to imagine and practice internationalization otherwise in today’s complex, uncertain, and unequal world.

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Published: 2021-05-21

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