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Author: Heidi Erbsen

-founder of the Institute of International Education ( iie ) (1919) is known by many as the “Apostle of Internationalism” due to his strong conviction that “the school is democracy’s instrument for realizing its broad and humanitarian ideal 7 and promotion of international exchange as a means for

In: Russian Politics
International Exchange in the Early Modern Book World presents new research on several aspects of the movement and exchange of books between countries, languages and confessions. It considers elements of the international book trade, the circulation and collection of texts, the practice of translation and the diffusion and exchange of technical and cultural knowledge. Commercial and logistical aspects of the early modern book trade are considered, as are the relationships between local markets and the internationally-minded firms which sought to meet their expectations. The barriers to the movement of books across borders – political, linguistic, confessional, cultural – are explored, as are the means by which these barriers were surmounted.

learning process, and this chapter aims at such an evaluation effort. It focuses on the prospects, challenges, and options for promoting international exchange. The programme documents for the double degree Master’s programme set up by UDS and UASD reveal that the establishment of the partnership

In: Partnership in Higher Education
In: Standard-Setting at UNESCO
In: Standard-Setting at UNESCO
Author: Liu Huawen

field of human rights. Which direction the international human rights cause is heading and how international exchanges and cooperation make constructive advancement still need to be figured out. 3 China Is Invested in High Hopes by the International Community China was elected as a member of the

In: Human Rights and the Concept of a Human Community with a Shared Future

been widely proven that international exchanges are rarely bilateral, particularly in the case of cultural transfers. Yet the concrete mechanisms of the intervention of a third party – and there can be many “third parties” who remain such – are only sporadically studied in individual cases, and are

In: Journal of World Literature
Authors: Ratna Ghosh and Xiaoli Jing

countries benefit. A most important result of this is that it brings the world closer with deeper understanding and facilitates cooperation ( Marginson, 2020 ). International exchanges have been particularly significant over the last few years in a period of escalating anti-international rhetoric. The need

In: Beijing International Review of Education
Founded in 1947 the The Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art/Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek (NKJ) is a peer-reviewed annual, which has established an international reputation for publishing outstanding articles that reflect the variety and diversity of approaches to the study of Netherlandish art and culture. The NKJ aims to foster traditional art historical scholarship and to open up the field to innovative cross disciplinary developments. The NKJ is ranked in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) as an International 1 (INT1) journal and is listed in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index (Thomson Reuters).

Each volume is dedicated to a particular theme. Past volumes have included monographic studies on Rogier van der Weyden and Rubens, and broader cultural and historical studies such as Picturing the Exotic, Body and Embodiment, Art and Science and Art and Migration.

Contributions are by internationally renowned scholars, while at the same time, the NKJ offers a platform for young talent. Although articles are mostly in English, the NKJ aims to encourage international exchange: contributions in Dutch, French or German are also published, accompanied by an English summary.