Travel Time: May 15, 2019 – June 3, 2019
Contact: Professor Anthony Cárdenas email@example.com
*Visit 40+ different sites in Spain & read works written by authors who actually lived there
*Earn three credits of 400/600-level Spanish, earn honor’s credit if you want
*Set up a McNair or ROP Project that can also serve as an Honor’s Project with Prof. Cárdenas
*Graduate Students work toward an MA Thesis using an LAII Field Research Grant
Country: Spain/ Ecuador
Travel Time: May 27, 2019- June 22, 2019
The University of New Mexico, through the Honors College and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, presents Conexiones- an intensive program of Culture and Language study at UNM and the field site, Cáceres (Extremadura). Conexiones offers students up to ten semester hours' credit, with two orientation sessions at UNM and thirty days of field session.
For more information visit: https://honors.unm.edu/conexiones/index.html
Culturas indígenas en Colombia
Term: Spring & Summer 2020
Contact: Professor Richard File-Muriel firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who participate in the program may enroll in several classes during the Spring semester and earn up to 12 hours of university credit after completing the program. Study abroad classes will be held at the Universidad del Cauca. In addition to living in Popayán, students visit the following destinations: 1) the Universidad Autónoma Indígena e Intercultural (UAIIN), where we learn about the institution's initiatives, mission, vision, and history, 2) Tierradentro, which is the heartland of the Nasa nation and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and 3) the Nasa Resguardo Pioyá, where we learn about the community’s projects, initiatives, struggles, education, and world views. The primary language of instruction is Spanish.