Posts Tagged: Kosova

Reflection

Exactly one year ago, I entered Serbia on my indirect route to Kosova. I had flown from Budapest on the now defunct Malev Airlines and arrived in Belgrade with considerable trepidation (and without luggage). Most of my knowledge of Serbia

Reflection

Exactly one year ago, I entered Serbia on my indirect route to Kosova. I had flown from Budapest on the now defunct Malev Airlines and arrived in Belgrade with considerable trepidation (and without luggage). Most of my knowledge of Serbia

Shqiperia (eBook)

Shqiperia is a photologue of my six months in Kosova as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar, January – July, 2012. Commentary with 215 color photos covering multiple cities and locales in Kosova. The ebook is formatted for the iPad and iPod

Shqiperia (eBook)

Shqiperia is a photologue of my six months in Kosova as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar, January – July, 2012. Commentary with 215 color photos covering multiple cities and locales in Kosova. The ebook is formatted for the iPad and iPod

Regional Peer Review

Giving Back I just returned from Washington, DC, where I spent two days meeting with the Fulbright Scholar Regional Peer Review Committee. All Fulbright applications are reviewed first by peers in their respective disciplines and then are passed to regional

Regional Peer Review

Giving Back I just returned from Washington, DC, where I spent two days meeting with the Fulbright Scholar Regional Peer Review Committee. All Fulbright applications are reviewed first by peers in their respective disciplines and then are passed to regional

Mirupafshim Kosova

Last Thursday evening, I hosted a goodbye dinner at Rings Restaurant downtown. I invited all of my actors, theory students, and close colleagues. (Albanian tradition is that if you have something to celebrate, then you invite, host, and pay for

Mirupafshim Kosova

Last Thursday evening, I hosted a goodbye dinner at Rings Restaurant downtown. I invited all of my actors, theory students, and close colleagues. (Albanian tradition is that if you have something to celebrate, then you invite, host, and pay for

Festivali Teatri Ndryshe

My last week in Kosova has been spent with the Festivali Teatri Ndryshe, a small, international theatre festival in Podujeva, Kosova.  This is the fourth year for the festival and is due largely to the efforts of Agron Gerguri, one

Festivali Teatri Ndryshe

My last week in Kosova has been spent with the Festivali Teatri Ndryshe, a small, international theatre festival in Podujeva, Kosova.  This is the fourth year for the festival and is due largely to the efforts of Agron Gerguri, one

Kosovo or Kosova?

The automatic spellchecker on this blog doesn’t even recognize the word “Kosova.” Change the “a” to an “o” and no problem…with spellcheckers. Most Americans are familiar with “political correctness” and know what words and phrases are and are not acceptable today,

Kosovo or Kosova?

The automatic spellchecker on this blog doesn’t even recognize the word “Kosova.” Change the “a” to an “o” and no problem…with spellcheckers. Most Americans are familiar with “political correctness” and know what words and phrases are and are not acceptable today,

Conference Presentation

This afternoon, I gave a workshop entitled “Differentiated Instruction: Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences” for KETNET (Kosovar English Teachers Network). The conference was facilitated by John Harrington and approximately 40 teachers attended my workshop (and survived without air conditioning!). The

Conference Presentation

This afternoon, I gave a workshop entitled “Differentiated Instruction: Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences” for KETNET (Kosovar English Teachers Network). The conference was facilitated by John Harrington and approximately 40 teachers attended my workshop (and survived without air conditioning!). The