Junior Year Abroad Network Annual Report 2007-2008
Forty-six Georgetown students studying on five different continents participated in the Junior Year Abroad Network (JYAN) in 2007 and 2008, sharing reflections on their time spent living and studying around the globe. Participants wrote "letters from abroad" dealing with questions of religion, culture, and politics in their host countries. The student writings engaged their common experiences and perceptions of their different cultures, particularly the many roles that religion plays in their host country's culture. This publication reflects their experiences and shares their writings with the wider Georgetown community and beyond.
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