- Oaxaca, Mexico
- Days and Times
- May 9 - 23
- Course Description
Witness Mexico’s local and global arts scene, cultural diversity, archaeological heritage, and community-based political institutions on this course. You’ll attend a traditional vela, visit museums and markets, and float the canals of Mexico City while learning about the farm-to-table movement and water use in the city. Through these experiences, you’ll see the successes and challenges that Mexico’s rural and urban communities have had and will face with respect to self-governance, sustainability, and the arts.
Stacie King, Anthropology
November 10. Applications accepted after this date will be reviewed as space allows.
Includes academic fees, housing, some meals, excursions, and health insurance. Student is responsible for flights, and personal expenses.
Approximately $1,600 and spring tuition.
Must have spent one year at IU prior to travel and have a 3.0 GPA. Spanish skills are helpful, but not contingent for participation.