This program is for all people who are interested in studying Spanish, while discussing Mexican culture, politics, and economics through the lens of women´s experiences and struggles for social justice. Study how women from various backgrounds (i.e. Indigenous, students, workers) have been affected by the neoliberal model of globalization and the kinds of mobilizations they have initiated or participated in. Establish and strengthen links between women of different countries (whose lives in an increasingly globalized world are more interrelated than ever) by sharing our respective struggles for justice and equality.
Enrollment, didactic materials and homestay with a host family for 14 nights.
Two-week course from Monday to Friday, starting at 9:00 AM and finishing at 2:00 PM.
Cultural afternoon activities: Guest speakers, lectures and roundtable discussions, field trips, museum tours, videos, and meetings with local community groups afford participants an understanding of the cultural context.
2 field trips in Morelos.
Cost: $1,510 USD
(Out-of-state field trips can be organized at an additional cost).
Note: All program activities are in Spanish with simultaneous English translation when necessary.
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