Another installment of crazy food stories features stories from around the world.
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In this week's episode, we interview a Fulbright Scholar from Togo who is at the University of Michigan, Flint conducting research on deconstructing ethnicity in African literature.
Life in Slovakia as a Fulbright English Language Teaching Assistant was often similar to what she was used to in the United States... but always just a little different, and often in humorous ways.
The main story follows Gretchen Sanders from small-town Georgia to India and traces how her new life in a completely foreign culture helped her see her situation as an American even clearer, and how becoming closer to American colleagues helped her learn
All your life was spent moving further and further from home, from a village to a bigger village, to a city, and finally abroad, in your quest for a better education. But, now, living half a world away in Michigan, you find that the sacrifices and distanc
Recorded live at the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Conference in Washington D.C.
As a vocal trio, working without instruments and often singing in a language foreign to your audience, you're worried about how deeply you could resonate. But years and many foreign tours later, you know that not only were your initial worries unwarranted
Happy New Year! -From everyone at the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA)
Our 12th bonus episode of crazy food stories from around the world. It's been an amazing first season of 22.33 and we thank all our fans and loyal subscribers for supporting us! Happy New Year and see you in 2020.