Resources for Multicultural Students
Articles and Websites
Adeola, F.O., & Perry, J.A. (1997). Global study: Smooth or bumpy ride: Global study is to diversity as internship is to job experience. The Black Collegian Online, 10. [On-line]. Available: http://www.black-collegian.com/issues/1997-10/bumpy.shtml.
Anderson, K. (1996, June). Expanding your horizons. Black Enterprise, 318-324. (E185.8B5)
Barker, J.M., Exum, H.A., et al. (1998). Impact of diasporic travel on the ethnic identity development of African American college students. College Student Journal, 32 (3), 463-.
Connected: Careers for the Future, A Guide to International Careers for Young People of Color. (Video and Discussion Guide). Globalvision, 1997. (The International Center for Global Communications Foundations, 1600 Broadway, Suite 700, New York, NY. 10019)
Craig, S. (1998). Global leadership for African-American collegians: A 21st century imperative: Study and travel abroad enhance leadership skills. The Black Collegian, 29 (1), 78. [On-line]. Available: http://www.black-collegian.com/issues/1998-10/global.shtml.
Craig, S. (1999). Study abroad 101: The basic facts. The Black Collegian Online, 8. [On-line]. Available: http://www.black-collegian.com/issues/1999-08/abroad.shtml
Fields, C.D. (2001, August 2). Go abroad, and save the excuses. Black Issues in Higher Education. [On-Line]. Available: http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m0DXK/12_18/77398872/print.jhtml.
Gudykunst, William B., StellaTing-Toomey, and Tsukasa Nishida, eds, Communication in Personal Relationships Across Cultures, Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1996.
Hall, Edward T., Beyond Culture, New York: Doubleday, 1976,1981.
Hall, Edward T., The Silent Language, New York: Anchor, 1981.
Hoff, J., Van Der Meid, J.S., & Doan, T. (2002, November 7). Asian American participation in study abroad. Presentation at the Annual CIEE: Council on International Educational Exchange Conference, Atlanta, GA. [Handouts – On-Line]. Available: J. Hoff: http://www.ciee.org/uploads/joe.hoff.session.pdf; J.S. Van Der Meid: http://www.ciee.org/uploads/van.der.meid.session.pdf; T. Doan: http://www.ciee.org/uploads/thuy.doan.session.pdf; Bibliography: http://www.ciee.org/atl_asian_am_biblio.cfm?subnav=conference.
Hurd, H. (2001, August 2). Taking your education global . [Editorial]. Black Issues in Higher Education. [On-Line]. Available: http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m0DXK/12_18/77398857/print.jhtml.
Hurd, H. (2002, May 9). Breaking down the mental barriers. [Editor’s Note]. Black Issues in Higher Education. [On-Line]. Available: http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m0DXK/6_19/87015132/p1/article.jhtml.
Jenkins, K. (2002, May 9). Off the beaten path: Studying abroad in ‘nontraditional’ locations. Black Issues in Higher Education. [On-Line]. Available: http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m0DXK/6_19/87015161/print.jhtml
Raducha, J.A. (date unknown). Why study in Asia? The benefits of increased understanding. Originally published by Transitions Abroad as ‘Study in the Third World’, in their International Study Guides series. [On-Line]. Available: http://www.transitionsabroad.com/publications/magazine/9601/ study_abroad_in_asia.shtml.
Sanders, C.E. (2000, Spring/Summer). Voicing concern about discrimination abroad: The history and experience of voices of change in working with US students in Spain. SAFETI On-Line Newsletter, 1 (2). [On-Line]. Available: http://www.globaled.us/safeti/v1n2_sanders.html
*Various. Diversity Issues in Study Abroad, http://www.brown.edu/Administration/OIP/pdf_docs/ diversity_st_abroad01.pdf. Collection of quotes from study abroad participants from Brown University who are ethnic minorities.
*Various. "Reflections of Asian American Students." NAFSA Conference 2002 presentation.
* Indicates books and websites that deal with identity issues and study abroad
A Video about International Careers and People of Color
Connected: Careers for the Future, A Guide to International Careers for Young People of Color. This excellent video, anchored by Charlayne Hunter-Gault, features on-site interviews with African-Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Native Americans who are working in international careers. Available at the International Center.