Part One: Introduction
Part Two: "Were there any specific external events, political, social, economic, that have shaped the field of comparative and international education during your presidency?”
Part Three: Comments on the relation between Comparative Education and International Educational Development or Developmental Studies in Education.
Part Four: Advice to new scholars in the field of Comparative and International Education.
Presidential Address: The Space between Us: The Relevance of Relational Theories to Comparative and International Education.