-Sample the world famous ‘tapas’ and night life of Barcelona and take stock of the leading cultural and art mus
- Barcelona, Spain
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Program Description:
- Arrive Date: 6/23/2013 End Date: 7/20/2013
Students will travel to the beautiful yet increasingly conflicted city of Barcelona, Spain, to learn first-hand how globalized cities—such as Barcelona, an economic powerhouse of Spain and popular point of destination for Latin American and African immigrants—are dealing with the increasing numbers of “foreign youths,” particularly those “at risk” for delinquency and those already caught up in the juvenile justice system. Students will study how globalized cities, such as Barcelona, provide immigrant and first-generation immigrant youths with relevant social services, prevention programs, job training, educational opportunities, and legal services to curb what many locals see as the increasing menace of “foreign youth gangs” that threaten the larger society. The course uses a mix of classroom learning – lectures, guest lectures,and small group discussion—along with experiential visits to local as well as regional centers and organizations that work with immigrant youths, “at risk” youths, and delinquent youths in particular.
Chicano/a Studies (CHI) 182: Race and Juvenile Justice (4 units).
Individual and institutional responses to “troublesome” youth of color through history and in contemporary society. Emphasis on how race, as well as ethnicity, class, and gender have informed the treatment of “delinquent” youth. Offered in alternate years. GE Credit: ArtHum or SocSci, Div, Wrt. Prerequisite: course 10, Women’s Studies 10, or Sociology 10, or equivalent.
Chicano/a Studies (CHI) 198: Group Study (4 units), P/NP grading.
-Visit the great cities and beautiful beaches of Spain and learn about the variety of cultural influences in Spanish and Catalonian society
-Sample the world famous ‘tapas’ and night life of Barcelona and take stock of the leading cultural and art museums as well as the historic sites
-Learn about the variety of peoples and cultures from across the globe and Latin America in particular that now call Barcelona, Spain, “home”
-Come close to world famous soccer clubs and attend a premiere international music, theater, and dance festival where you will watch “b-boys” from across the globe go head-to-head in a break-dancing contest
Upper-division units (open to freshmen through graduates). Taught in English. UC Davis courses taught by University of California, Davis faculty.
Please contact UC Davis Summer Abroad for the most up-to-date information concerning program costs. Programs start around $4,000.
All students enrolled in a Summer Abroad program (Davis and Non-Davis) will have the opportunity to apply for a Travel Award ($500 - $1,500.) Travel award deadline: March 5, 2013. Enrollment deadline is April 5, 2013.
- Setting Description:
- Students will be staying in a Residence Hall in furnished double rooms. Meals are not included in the price of the program. The accommodation will have fully equipped kitchen you may use to make your meals. There are also several grocery stores nearby within walking distance to the lodging.
Excursions and Day Trips
-Field lessons to community organizations working with immigrant youths and youths at risk
-Tours of internationally known historical and cultural museums, open air squares and markets, and art centers
-Visits to municipal parks, world class athletic (soccer) stadiums, and cultural centers popular with immigrant communities in Barcelona
-Attend an international music, theater, and dance festival, featuring an international break-dancing contest
-See artwork by Picasso, Miro, Gaudi and other Catalan and Spanish national cultural heroes -Day trip and guided tour to Figeres to see Dali's famous Teatre & Museu
-Biking tour of the city of Barcelona an
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