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ANTHROPOLOGY Ethnographic Field School in Belize This course immerses students in Belizean culture and trains them in contemporary anthropological field methods. While in Belize, students will be primarily engaged in guided applied ethnographic fieldwork
Location:
Belize City, Belize
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
Belize: an English-speaking country in the heart of Central America, home to one of the greatest concentrations of biodiversity on the planet, dotted with magnificent archaeological remnants of the Mayan people and populated by their descendants. But diversity in Belize doesn’t end with its biological wonders, as you will discover for yourself by living among the people of Orange Walk on the CCSA Belize Anthropology Program.

ANTHROPOLOGY Ethnographic Field School in Belize This course immerses students in Belizean culture and trains them in contemporary anthropological field methods. While in Belize, students will be primarily engaged in guided applied ethnographic fieldwork. Students will learn about the local culture by doing participant-observation and conducting ethnographic interviews in a community-based research project. Students will learn research ethics, unobtrusive observation, participant observation, field note writing and coding, ethnographic and life history interviewing, ethnolinguistic data collection, community mapping, rapid assessment procedures, qualitative data analysis and other ethnographic methods in addition to basic ethnographic writing.

Cost:
PROGRAM BASE PRICE: $4,309 INCLUDES INTERNATIONAL AIRFARE

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