Examine the social and economic development strategies of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
What is unique about this program?
Spend six weeks in Buenos Aires.
Rapidly improve your Spanish.
Explore economic and social realities of the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR) countries.
Discuss similarities and differences among these four countries and important transnational and regional processes.
Learn about the introduction of genetically modified seeds and the social, environmental, and economic impacts of mono cropping.
Choose between an internship or an Independent Study Project (ISP)
What is unique about this place?
In Buenos Aires you will attend lectures, visit relevant sites and get to know grassroots and community leaders. You will also visit three other cities: Asunción, Paraguay; Montevideo, Uruguay; and São Paulo, Brazil (fall semester), or Porto Alegre, Brazil (spring semester). All locations feature a full agenda of university lectures and seminars, interaction with civil society organizations, and visits to institutions important to present and past regional processes. Learn about Afro-descendent and indigenous movements; women’s and LGBTQI struggles; the transnational movement of goods and people (south-south migration); and regional and global chains of production and reproduction.
How do I apply?
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