The program, "Environment and Society in Mexico" is based in Oaxaca City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Oaxaca is a beautiful colonial city located in the Southwestern state of Oaxaca, home to the largest concentration of indigenous peoples in Mexico. Oaxaca is an ideal site from which to study how indigenous people draw meaning from, use, and manage their natural resources. Moving between the city and the countryside, students will learn through cultural immersion and hand-on activities that include:
Bed and breakfast arrangement in large triple or double rooms in historic center.
Please contact Professor Pisa about the required pre-screening interview, in advance of your application at: email@example.com
In-State: $2330.00 Out-of-State: $2880.00
|3 URI credits||Accommodations||Breakfast, lunch, some dinners|
|In-country transportation||Supplemental MedEx insurance||Excursions and cultural activities|
NOTE: All fees subject to change
AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED
|Application Deadline: November 1, 2013||Final Payment Due: December 25, 2013|
For more information, please contact:
|Program Director||URI Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator|
|Rosaria Pisa||Kelly Watts|
|Department of Anthropology and Sociology||Office of International Education|
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