Edited book on personal narratives of adjustments and adaptations made by immigrant social science academics in their teaching journeys within higher education.
List of Illustrations Foreword, Ruth Hayhoe (University of Toronto, Canada) Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors
1. Academics' International Teaching Journeys: An Introduction, Namrata Rao (Liverpool Hope University, UK), Chloe Shu-Hua Yeh (Bath Spa University, UK), Anesa Hosein (University of Surrey, UK) and Ian M. Kinchin (University of Surrey, UK)
2. Contextualising the New Teaching Environment, Erik Blair (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK)
3. Complexities and Cross-Cultural Challenges of Foreign Lecturers: Personal Narrative Histories in Cameroon and England, Henry Asei Kum (Liverpool Hope University, UK)
4. Cultural Shock of an International Academic: From a Liberal Arts Education in the USA to a Post-1992 University in the UK, Jennifer Chung (St Mary's University, Twickenham, UK)
5. Being Women and Being Migrant: Confronting Double Strangeness in UK Higher Education, Thushari Welikala (King's College London, UK)
6. Overcoming Doubts in an Intercultural Academic Journey: From the East to the West, Chloe Shu-Hua Yeh (Bath Spa University, UK)
7. Negotiating Transitions in Academic Identity: Teacher or Researcher? Tanya Hathaway (University of New England, Armidale, Australia)
8. Examining Pedagogical Autonomy in International Higher Education Systems, Anesa Hosein (University of Surrey, UK)
9. Pedagogy of Academic Mobility, Judith Enriquez-Gibson (Liverpool John Moores University, UK)
10. Towards a 'Pedagogy of Connection': Home Academic not at Home, Maja Jankowska (University of Bedfordshire, UK)
11. Continuing the International Academics' Teaching Journey, Sheila Trahar (University of Bristol, UK) Index
Anesa Hosein is Senior Lecturer in Higher Education at the University of Surrey, UK. Namrata Rao is Principal Lecturer in Education Studies at Liverpool Hope University, UK. Chloe Shu-Hua Yeh is Senior Lecturer in Education Studies at Bath Spa University, UK. Ian M. Kinchin is Professor in Higher Education, University of Surrey, UK.