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*Belize-Anthropology in Belize
Aguacate, Belize; Belize City, Belize; Flores/Tikal, Guatemala; Livingston, Guatemala; Placencia, Belize; Punta Gorda, Belize; Santa Elena, Belize (Outgoing Program)
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Belize Field School
About the Program
This program is run specifically as an ethnographic field school for anthropology and sociology students. It provides an opportunity to learn about and apply anthropological research methods, and develop the writing skills needed for the practice of cultural anthropology. The trip is designed to familiarize students with issues of the larger global political economy: migration, ethnicity, ecology, tourism as a development strategy, IMF policy, the operation of non-governmental organizations.
Program Fee: $2,825
A $300 nonrefundable application fee is due at the time of application (deadline: March 15th 2017) and is subtracted from your total fee.
Payment is made in two installments.
The first installment of $1,275.00 is due on February 20, 2017.
The second installment of $1,250.00 is due March 15, 2017.
***Program fee does not include tuition, textbooks, visa application fees, passport and related expenses.***
Duration: June 4 - July 1, 2017
Location: Santa Elena, Belize
Cost: $2,825 + VSU tuition & Fees
For More Information Contact:
|Dr. Matthew Richard||Irina McClellan|
|(229) 333 - firstname.lastname@example.org|
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