Description: Students will spend the first half of the program in Santiago, where they will spend time learning in the classroom, visiting archives and memorials, and engaging with guest speakers and community activists. The second half of the program consists of fieldwork outside of Santiago. Students will travel to a Native American Mapuche community in the south of Chile for training and experience in community outreach and needs assessment, interview techniques, institutional observation and the documentation of human rights situations of indigenous and otherwise underserved Chilean people.
|Dates:||01/03/2015 - 01/20/2015|
|Courses:||PHI 369 for Philosophy credits, or POL 369 for Political Science credits, MHC 356 for Honors students|
|Housing:||Providencia Bed & Breakfast|
* Students are required to have at least a 2.7 GPA and a working knowledge of Spanish
Included in Program Cost:
|Field trips and excursions:||$525|
|Cost of Breakfast and Lunch (dinner not included)||$625|
|Entry reciprocity fee||$140|
$735 (CUNY TUITION); Visiting students should consult the Lehman tuition and fee site, click here.
Below you will find link to the program application. Please read carefully! If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office.
|Regarding the application process, contact:||Emmanuel Perez – Emmanuel.Perez@lehman.cuny.edu|
|About the courses, contact:||
Faculty: To learn more about the faculty members leading the program, click here.