Religion and Study Abroad – A Special Issue of Frontiers

Thought-provoking and off the beaten path of education abroad discourse, this special issue of Frontiers features a series of essays that explore the questions: how do we teach religion in education abroad? How can religion and faith inform education abroad? How do the religious beliefs of our students impact their study abroad experience? Guest editors Michael Woolf, Timothy Lynn Elliott, William Hyndman, Nora Larkin and Donna Scarboro have curated articles on a broad range of topics, including traditional African religion in Cameroon and its effect on worldviews, tenets of Hinduism in higher education and historic convivencia in Spain. Together, they raise critical perspectives and stimulate fresh dialogue about how we understand our students and the communities that welcome them abroad.

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