We continue on our journey of exploration through the list of “globetrotting” books compiled by New York Times Book Review list. This review includes two titles: The Murmur of Bees by Sofía Segovia and The Strange Journey of Alice Pendelbury by Marc Levy.
David Dietrich Oprava introduces the Dietrich Fellowship, an opportunity for a current Concordia Language Villages staff member to go on an around-the-world adventure and bring that experience back to their Village.
Here are good reads from around the globe that have caught our attention during the month of July.
Impoverished, multilingual communities are often associated with urban areas; however, Morgan Abate knows first-hand that these communities are rapidly growing in suburbia. To effectively support these communities, nonprofit organizations need to prioritize language and cultural skills within their teams.
Continuing our series of reviews of books from the New York Times’ list of “Globetrotting” new releases in 2019, this week we look at Notes on a Shipwreck: A story of Refugees, Borders, and Hope, by Italian author David Enia.