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Field School Announcement
Isla Mujeres Ethnographic Field School
Sponsor: Isla Mujeres Ethnographic Field School
Contact Information
Todd Pierce
Isla Mujeres QR Mexcio
Phone: 202-241-5325
Hosting two summer sessions in 2013 Session 1 -- May 18 to June 30 Session 2 -- July 6 to August 18 Please see our site for all of the details! Each of the Six Week Field School Sessions will be structured to maximize the guest Student’s training and field experiences, as well as opportunities to enjoy the natural and man-made wonders of Isla Mujeres. Each week students will experience Field Work with their Local Expert Mentors, along with Adventure Excursions, such as taking a Lanchero to the Contoy Island Nature Preserve, swimming in the open Caribbean ocean with protected Whale Sharks, touring the Isla Mujeres Tortugranja Turtle Preserve, diving or snorkeling at the Cancun Subaquatic Museum, or visiting the Mayan ruins at Chichén Itzá. The Isla Mujeres Ethnographic Field School provides: • Practical experience in Ethnographic Methods, Research Design, analysis and ethics through formal training and field research • Engagement in Cross Cultural Processes to gain an on-the-ground perspective of everyday life through internships with local native mentors, families and cultural activities • Study in the complex social and political contexts of the relationship between Culture and Environment in an amazing location that thrives on eco-tourism and environmental protection • PADI Open Water Dive Certification and Spanish Language Boot Camp • Informed Career Counseling and Direction by experts to further your career in the competitive professional and academic field of Anthropology Visiting Students will experience much of what the Isla Mujeres has to offer, such as swimming with Whale Sharks, sea turtle preservation efforts, visiting a nearby nature preserve island, open water diving certification, snorkeling and diving reefs, swimming with dolphins, diving an underwater sculpture museum and much more!
Keywords: Ethnography | Mexcio | Environment
This announcement will be displayed until: 07/01/2013
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