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Language in Human Connection: The Ultimate Agent and the Principle Barrier

Logan Bialik (Kenyon College) studied on SIT’s Morocco: Multiculturalism and Human Rights program in fall 2013. Below, Logan reflects on feeling like an outsider in Morocco and on the ways language helps and hinders communication with others. Finding yourself immersed in another culture is a unique position to be in; you’re consumed not only by […]

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An SIT Alumna Reflects on Jordan

Sarah Miller (Kenyon College) studied on SIT’s Jordan: Health and Community Development program in fall 2013. Below, she writes about some of the reflections she had during the program. In Arabic, every word has a root. Depending on what additional letters and short vowels you add in, the word’s meaning will alter. Let’s take the […]

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My Return to Africa

Maddy Crowell, a senior at Carleton College, studied on SIT’s Morocco: Field Studies in Journalism and New Media program in fall 2012. The following summer, she worked for the Daily Guide newspaper in Ghana alongside a Ghanaian journalist. Here, Maddy reflects on her experiences reporting in Africa. By Maddy Crowell I arrived in Accra, Ghana, […]

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Why Study Migration in Morocco?

Souad Eddouada, PhD, is the academic director of SIT’s Morocco: Migration and Transnational Identity program. Below, we talk with Souad about her program. SIT Study Abroad: What makes this program unique? Souad Eddouada: The program’s uniqueness stems from the program’s central theme: mobility from and to Morocco. The program focuses simultaneously on Morocco’s European and African borders. There’s a […]

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Minority in Morocco

Becca Garman (Davidson College) studied on SIT’s Morocco: Migration and Transnational Identity program in spring 2013. Below, she describes some of her experiences on the program and reflects on issues related to ethnicity and racism. By Becca Garman Besides its obvious benefits, studying abroad provides students with an outsider perspective necessary to dissect and better […]

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