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Academic Publications

Occasional Publication #11: Reviewing the Situation

Coming this spring, the latest in CEA CAPA Education Abroad’s Occasional Publication series explores the ways in which the landscapes of education abroad have altered and are altering.


CEA CAPA’s publications are intended to enrich learning, teaching and research for all of us aspiring to be thoughtful and curious contributors to critical discussions in a complex world. The mission of our series of Occasional Publications is to expand the discourse of education abroad and, in so doing, to challenge conventional orthodoxies and unexplored assumptions. CEA CAPA also partners with the University of Minnesota in the production of a biennial journal on career integration in study abroad.

Our Publications

Empires of the Mind?

This collection presents a plurality of voices in complex, brave, and challenging conversations with the reader. Colonialism shaped our world and distorted the ways in which people and nations relate to each other. While the great empires belong to history, legacies remain: empires of the mind. We are all children, sometimes orphans, of empire.


Civil Rights & Inequalities

Essays examining historical developments, complexities, and contemporary relevance of civil rights and the inclusion of this topic in education abroad.


Career Integration 2015

Reflections on questions and challenges surrounding the connection between careers and learning abroad-before, during, and after the experience.


Ain't Gonna Study War No More

Explorations of war, national memory, and identity that illuminate ways in which studying war can enrich the education abroad curriculum.


Career Integration 2017

Essays on connections between career and study abroad, and the related educational, political, social, economic, and trans-national implications.


Globalization, Civilization and Their Discontents

Essays examining civilization's transformation through globalization and alternative ways to address this perplexing topic in education abroad.


Human Rights in Action

Papers exploring power, politics, and practices in human rights, a topic rich with potential for engagement and learning in education abroad.


Career Integration 2020

This volume demonstrates that there is a pervasive awareness of the responsibility of educators for the lives of students beyond their formal studies.


Woven by Memory

Debates on issues surrounding the making of nations, a topic vital for students' understanding of the contemporary reality they inhabit.


The City as Text

Reflections on the engagement with urban environments as classrooms in order to enrich the learning experience in education abroad.


Cosmopolitanism and Diversity

Papers revealing complex, contested ideas around cosmopolitanism and diversity-topics imperative to include on the study abroad agenda.


The JEDI Anthology

Collectively, the articles in this volume demonstrate the value of conversations that go beyond everyday concerns to explore diverse perspectives and ideologies. The rationale for this anthology derives from the current political environment. In many countries, a liberal agenda has been undermined by militant parochialism and xenophobia. The timeliness of this anthology was clear.


Borders, Mobility, and Migration

Ideas addressing the interconnected, complex, and critical issues of borders, mobility, and migration from the perspective of education abroad.