Winter Course Abroad: Globalization and Inequality in Post-apartheid Cape Town, South Africa
Dates: Winter break 2011-2012 (tentative)
Professor Ken Salo
In this course students will study, document and describe the global causes and consequences of contemporary social and spatial inequalities in post-apartheid Cape Town. After six 3 hour lectures on Cape Town’s global origins students will depart for a 2 week field trip of this city’s urban center and peri-urban neighborhoods. The aim of the field trip is to document and describe how its diverse residents experience social and spatial inequalities in post-apartheid South Africa.
For more information, please contact Professor Salo at email@example.com or the Study Abroad website.
Winter Course Abroad: ACES in Sierra Leone
January 1-17, 2012
Prof. Paul McNamara
Theme: Agriculture, Environment and Governance
This course is for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. Expand your understanding of international development and agriculture. Emphasis is placed on issues at the intersection of agriculture and the environment, such as water management, soil management, forestry management, and the policy aspects of these issues too.
For more information, please contact Professor McNamara at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Study Abroad website.
As a HORT 464 student you will gain knowledge and appreciation for the crops and products you use in daily life. The class and corresponding study abroad trip are unique because of the emphasis on the wide diversity of export crops and student opportunities for gaining cultural experiences.
For more information, please contact Daniel Anderson at email@example.com, Nicole Tami at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Study Abroad website.
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