The second issue of Fulbright Chronicles has been published, including articles from a diverse pool of Fulbrighters working across a range of disciplines.
This issue features:
From the editors
Fulbright Chronicles is for Everyone – Bruce B Svare and Kevin F F Quigley
Connecting Through Trauma: Growing Professionally as Fulbright Scholars through Humanitarian Crises – Courtney Queen and Robert Osgood
My Fulbright Award in Madrid Changed The Way I Viewed Sustainable Urban Development – Brenda Garcia Millan
Just Under the Wire: Fulbright Camaraderie in the Age of Covid-19 – Scott M Roulier and Rahul M Jindal
My Fulbright Research at Rutgers University: A Lifetime Experience – Habiba I. Atta
Notes from Down Under: Some Thoughts from a Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Australia – William P. Schonberg
Dancing to the Fulbright Beat – Jonathan Hollander
A Fulbright Journey to Mauritius – Susan Opp
A “Survival” and Grassroots Governance Model for Post-Military Regime Governance in Myanmar – Charles David Crumpton
Fulbright Chronicles Launches Book Review Section
The editors continue to welcome articles and commentaries on your work, as well as letters that provide brief comments on an issue of importance to the Fulbright community and/or on a recently published article or commentary (see the author guidelines). If you are interested in serving as a book reviewer – or have a general interest book you would like reviewed – see our announcement about a new book review section.