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Global Learning: Crossing Majors, Borders, and Backyards

Global learning, which was once synonymous with “study abroad,” is now defined by the Global Learning VALUE rubric as “a critical analysis of and an engagement with complex, interdependent global systems and legacies (such as natural, physical, social, cultural, economic, and political) and their implications for people's lives and the earth's sustainability." This issue of Peer Review examines the role of global education in fostering local and global civic engagement.

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From the Editor

Shelley Johnson Carey


Stephanie Doscher and Hilary Landorf, both of Florida International University


Hilary Kahn, Indiana University–Bloomington

Susan Buck Sutton, Institute of International Education

Jill E. Blondin and Rachel Gable, both of Virginia Commonwealth University

Patty Lamson and Geoff Boyce, both of Earlham College

Reality Check

Larry Braskamp, Global Perspective Institute

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