#MLA14 Carla Kaplan and SabbaticalHomes.com founder, Nadege Conger

Serendipity in Chicago.

Our interactions at MLA are always a joy, but one outstanding experience from the Chicago conference superseded the ordinary. It felt fictional.

Meet our tagline winner.

We met Dr. Jacquilyn Weeks, Visiting Assistant Professor of English at Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, at the latest Modern Language Association (MLA) convention.  She captured our hearts with her tailored tagline idea about "writing home." Click here to view our video conversation with Jacquilyn...    

Traveling the world, and enjoying every moment.

"SabbaticalHomes.com has been a great resource and essentially makes it possible the nomadic retirement my wife and I launched recently," explains Ira Simmons.
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A guest blog post by Sandra Pearson.

Home swapping is an environmentally conscious way to plan your getaway. Want to know how you can make your home swap even greener? Check out our guest blogger, The Home Exchanger, Sandra Pearson's post. She outlines great ideas for both the host and guest to follow to get the truest shade of green home exchange.
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Around the world with notable members.

"We enjoy meeting the families who have generally been people with similar values and their aspirations have reminded us of ours earlier in our lives and careers," explains Althea Abraham.
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Daydream with us...

This striking Florentine apartment commands stunning roof-top terrace views of the Duomo and surrounding monuments. Our Dream Spot is located in ancient Palazzo Borghese (home of Paoline Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon) in the old center of Florence, Italy.  
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We want to help make academic travel accessible for all levels of academia. Therefore SabbaticalHomes.com is working on developing a new scholarship intended to cover temporary housing costs for a graduate or doctoral student traveling for educational purposes.
If you're a grad student, be prepared. If you know a grad student, spread the word.
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OOPS! We mistakenly misspelled our MLA friend's last name in our fall newsletter. Please accept our apology for the misprint. Our link should have read: Princeton comparative literature Professor Leonard Barkan shares his experience with SabbaticalHomes.com.