I got this link today, and I found it interesting not only because it details the experience of an American Fulbrighter in Nigeria, but because it shows the many prospects of the Fulbright programme beyond just the classroom walls. Evidently – as I’ve seen from the popularity of posts here, and the blog poll – what interests readers of this blog is not always the academic side of the scholar’s experiences, but the subtle, the fun, the personal and the daring.

Find the article here, hat tip to Chris Ogunlowo for the link.

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