This volume addresses the complex and critical issues of borders, mobility, and migration from the perspective of education abroad. The cluster of ideas accumulated around these interconnected themes reflect ambiguities that permeate our lives today. These notions are problematic, reformed through histories, contemporary realities, technological change, political will, prejudice, aspiration, and a myriad of other factors that, in combination, have reshaped the world and reconstructed human experience. They also occupy a critical space in education abroad. The diverse essays in this volume reveal a field of discussion that is complex, contested, and closely connected to issues of globalization, the subject of CAPA’s prior Occasional Paper.
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