Northeastern University’s Dialogue of Civilizations gives students the opportunity to spend five weeks abroad learning in the summer learning about foreign cultures, societies, languages, politics and a host of other subjects. In the past, faculty in the History program have organized or participated in trips to Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Spain, Morocco, Egypt and China. Through the Dialogues, participants can engage in meaningful exchanges with different parts of the world. Trips often include meetings with leading activists, government officials, community organizers, and local artists that have shaped their own country in innovative ways. For a description of summer 2015 dialogues supervised by history faculty, please see the Dialogues of Civilizations web page, at http://www.northeastern.edu/studyabroad/programs/?type=Dialogue+of+Civilizations#tab-country.