Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEInternational academic mobility is often preoccupied with selected forms of exclusion, particularly those defined by race. When it comes to study abroad involving US students, this focus unintentionally reinforces notions of American exceptionalism, as if the conditions of the United States – in which race is the default distinction – are of global significance. But projecting the fractures within US society beyond its borders creates a myopic and sometimes distorted view of the realities of other regions. In Europe, for example, significant minorities become barely visible if viewed through the lens of race. More...