Since 1946 the Fulbright Program has been a significant force in shaping a global scholarly community. A US government venture with an unprecedented reach across the world, it has been held responsible for ‘the largest migration of students and scholars in modern history’.1 Although the idea of international educational exchange did not originate with Senator Fulbright, the program has played a distinctive role in the history of international exchange to become ‘the world’s pre-eminent exchange program for scholars and students’....
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