Katerina Bodovski

Apr 8, 2016

Across Three Continents

Reflections on Immigration, Education, and Personal Survival

Peter Lang 2015

purchase at bookshop.org Dr. Katerina Bodovski, Associate Professor of Education, Department of Education Policy Studies, College of Education, Penn State University, joins New Books in Education to discuss her new and very personal book, Across Three Continents: Reflections on Immigration, Education, and Personal Survival (Peter Lang, 2015), from the American University Studies series. In it, Dr. Bodovski weaves a narrative of her personal life journey from the Soviet Union, to Israel, and finally to the United States, while adding in a perspective from a sociologist and educator. For any questions, comments, or recommendations for the New Books in Education podcast, you can connect with the host, Ryan Allen, at @PoliticsAndEd.

Listen on the New Books Network:

Listen to more episodes on:

Your Host

Ryan Tate

Ryan Driskell Tate writes on fossil fuels, climate change, and the American West. He holds a Ph.D. from Rutgers University, and is completing a book on fossil fuel development in the Powder River Basin.

Learn More

Also Hosted By Ryan Tate