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Teaching America to the world & the world to America

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Palgrave Macmillan, Volume First edition, New York (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LC1090 .T37 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9705657

Keywords:

International education--United States--History--20th century, United States--Foreign relations

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction: exploring the intersection of international education and foreign affairs / Richard Garlitz -- 1. Is the world our campus?: international students and U.S. global power in the long twentieth century / Paul A. Kramer -- 2. Sarmiento's self-strengthening experiment: Americanizing schools for Argentine nation-building / Karen Leroux -- 3. Educating the sons of the revolution: the Cuban Educational Association, 1898-1901 / Lisa Jarvinen -- 4. A vital, free, independent and lay republic: John Dewey and the role of education in establishing the Turkish state / Doris A. Santoro and Charles Dorn -- 5. Education and international cultural understanding: the American elite approach, 1920-1937 / Liping Bu -- 6. Sex education: gender, sexuality, and race in French-American relations in the twentieth century / Whitney Walton -- 7. French academic propaganda in the United States, 1930-1939 / Dorothee Bouquet -- 8. Lost in translation: Japanese Fulbright students as cultural interpreters / Shuji Otsuka -- 9. U.S. university advisors and education modernization in Iran, 1951-1967 / Richard Garlitz -- 10. From state function to private enterprise: reversing the historical trend in U.S.-China educational exchange / Hongshan Li.

Publication Language:

eng