The third 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
Becoming More Ecumenical – Kevin F. F. Quigley and Bruce B. Svare
Why I Contributed $1 Million to Fulbright Japan – Glen S. Fukushima
Fulbright: Catalyst for International Research Collaboration – David R. King
Taking a Time Out in Texas – Cameron O’Reilly
A Teaching Career Sparked by My Fulbright Experience in Taiwan – Shiela Lee
How My Fulbright Scholar Experiences in Thailand and Germany Produced Bilateral Benefits – Steve Blumenshine
The Role of Rhetorical Ethos in Developing Mutual Understanding Across Cultures: An Autoethnographic Study of One Fulbrighter to South Korea – Karen P. Peirce
Rocking the Rockies: A Fulbrighter’s Experience of School-Based Policing – Andy Briers
A Series of Small Realizations: My Fulbright Experience in Finland – Kathryn E. Picardo
All We’ve Got – Stanley K. Sessions
At Home in the Word and the World – K. Narayana Chandran
The Dark Side of the Profession of Medicine – Jill Thistlethwaite
The Silence of a Pope – Robert E. Sterken Jr.
Fulbright Chronicles Launches Book Review Section – Book Review Editor
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.