Summer Ethnographic Field School: Mexico

Interested in the anthropology of Mexico, tourism, development, heritage, contemporary Mayan cultures, medical anthropology, or language immersion?! Check out this 6 week summer field school:

http://www.osea-cite.org/program/

“OSEA offers intensive, on-site fieldwork training in ethnography, including medical anthropology and anthropology of tourism, teaching English as a Second Language, community action research, and intensive Maya language. Different programs are available to suit the needs and interests of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals and other persons who are not students who have a need to develop new skills in interdisciplinary research methodologies. The OSEA training programs are designed to be flexible while retaining a structure for hands-on, interactive learning for small groups. OSEA also offers independent short 7 to 10 day courses in Spanish to help participants gain the most of their immersion and research experience.”

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