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Results are Tagged with "Arts and Culture"

Tolis of Greece Returns for an Encore

"One of the highlights on my trip was my meeting with Howard Schwartz, the organizer of the top Hip Hop dance event in the world, Hip Hop International, and the producer of the television show America’s Best Dance Crew."

The "Tamada"

When Colin Hovde first arrived to the Republic of Georgia he immediately noticed the social differences compared to those of the United States.

The Healing Power of Art

Art Therapist Ashley Door traveled to the centers of Zarqa, Ammon, and Aqaba to introduce the healing power of art to Palestinian and Pakistani refuges living with the trauma they’ve endured during their journeys.

Sharing Our Stories Through Dance

After more than a decade of war ravaged the village of Freetown in Sierra Leone, the infrastructure remains in ruins and the people now live with the physical and emotional scars of a country taken by violence.

Preserving the Culture of Modernizing Villages Through Photography

Fulbright Scholar Kathleen McLaughlin documents the modernization of Maramures, Romania through pictures.

Photographer in Bangladesh

Interactive Media teacher Geoffrey Hiller reflects on his time in Bangladesh.

Networking Opens Opportunities for Barbara Rwodzi of Zimbabwe

"Home visits were special. It is an opportunity to know other people and exchange cultures. There is lots of laughing."

Learning a Language and Making Personal Connections

CLS Participant Makes Personal Connections While Learning a Language

Learning about Southern Culture in New Orleans

Global UGRAD Learns about Southern Culture in New Orleans

Fashion and the English Language

As a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) in Malaysia, Lynn ElHarake faced the challenge of making the English language learning process interesting for her students. So she decided a good solution would be to merge her interests in fashion with English lessons.

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