When the American job market looks narrow and overseas opportunities beckon, some academic job seekers hop on a plane to go teach at universities abroad. The nine articles in this collection describe how academics have adapted to expectations and political realities at posts in Europe, the Middle East, and South Korea, and the steps they may need to take to readjust when they decide to come back home.
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