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Fulbright U.S. Scholar, Geoffrey Hiller, taught Interactive Media in Bangladesh. Geoffrey's photos of his experience give a glimpse into what his time in Bangladesh was like.
Erika Larsen, a Fulbright U.S. Student, who studied in Sweden shares her photos of the Sámi people.
Through the DanceMotion USA program, the U.S. Department of State supports a series of tours by a select number of American contemporary dance companies to increase cross-cultural understanding between the United States and countries around the world.
Christopher Merrill, Director of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, explains the valuable cultural exchanges that take place each year when writers from around the world gather for a semester in Iowa City to discuss and share their craft.
Members of the bluegrass band, The Student Loan, talk about their trip to Asia as part of The Rhythm Road.
We talked with Bradbury about his career, writing philosophy, and his feelings about being included in the U.S. State Department's Big Read Egypt/U.S. project.
Members of the music group, Vice Verse All Stars, share their thoughts before leaving on a State Department-sponsored trip to West Africa.
Oscar Williams Jr. and Perfected Praise share some of their gospel spirit before heading out on a U.S. Department of State sponsored tour through Europe.
Oscar Williams, Jr. and Perfected Praise demonstrate how they plan to teach the fundamentals of gospel music during their Rhythm Road tour abroad.
Mark Sherman says the Rhythm Road is a kind of "music Olympics," only without the medals.