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Winter Break 2016
 

The New Cuba

 

There has never been a better time to study abroad in Cuba.

Cuba’s unique political and cultural history has long made it the subject of rich intellectual discussion and debate. Economic, political, and social reforms have signaled a time of transition since the 1990s. And this year’s diplomatic opening between the US and Cuba promises to profoundly impact the island’s future.

 

 

Psychology in Morocco

 

This is an amazing opportunity for students to combine cross-cultural psychology with international travel! Experiencing Moroccan culture is highlighted, as this experiential learning course focuses on on the installation of cultural values, with an emphasis on how stigma and stereotypes disrupt/reinforce health and well-being.

 

 

Renaissance Art and Culture in Italy

 

This course is an introduction to Renaissance art by exploring the historical, political and cultural evolution of Italy between the 14th and the 16th centuries. This overview will be not confined to works of art but will include social and patronage issues, such as the role of the guilds and the differences in private, civic and church patronage, which affected the style, form and content of Italian art.

 

 

Rome and Pompeii

 

This course addresses many aspects of the development of the urban environment across the centuries. Students taking this course will explore how geology, geography and hydrology of the territory are deeply connected with the development, history and culture of Rome in the city and beyond her walls, with an in depth exploration of the resort towns of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the port city of Ostia, all satellites of Rome but unlike Rome, build on the typical framework of Roman military camp (decumanus maximus and cardo maximus, the same basic framework of cities like Paris and London, originally Roman colonies).

 

 
Ancient History and Archaeology of Peru
 

The ancient cultures of Peru have long fascinated archaeologists and tourists alike. The 1911 rediscovery of the Inca city of Machu Picchu ignited archaeological imagination about Peru, and this fascination continues today. While Machu Picchu is the best-known Inca settlement, it is but one of tens of thousands of ancient sites still visible on the Peruvian landscape.

 

 
Community Building in South Africa
 

Students will go on an academic and experiential journey through the tropical province of KwaZulu-Natal. Students will live with Zulu families in urban townships and rural villages, observe infrastructure projects, cultural performances, and traditional rituals.

 

 
Great Cities of East Central Europe
 

This course will be an investigation of the history of nations, nationalism, and the great cities of East Central Europe - Prague, Vienna, and Budapest. Because the course is designed around a study tour, students will be examining the events in history where they happened.

 

 
Semester Programs
 
The Oxford Semester
 

Interested in a longer experience abroad? The Oxford Semester or Academic Year Experience is the perfect program for students interested in Anthropology or Sociology. For those who wish to take on an intense intellectual challenge, one-on-one tutorials with Oxford tutors are perfect. They stretch your skills by requiring research and analytical writing. Former participants majoring in Anthropology and Sociology have studied topics such as: Urban Anthropology, Archaeology & Cultures in Ancient Britain, Andean Studies, History of LGBTQ Inequality, and Representations of Gender among other topics.

 

 

 
Florence Spring Semester
 

Spend this spring in Florence on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! The perfect introduction to Italian art, culture, history and language, this spring semester study abroad program in Florence is sure to please.

 

 

Bilateral Exchange (Semester or Academic Year)

Most affordable option for students paying in-state tuition - pay Mason tuition to Mason, pay room and board abroad. Credits from the institutions below can be applied to your major!

 

 

Direct Enrollment (Semester or Academic Year)

Most affordable option for students paying out-of-state tuition - pay a set program fee that is less expensive than tuition at Mason. Credits from the institutions below can be applied to your major!

 
International Internships
 

Earn Mason credit for ANTH or SOCI with an internship study abroad program. The "British Life & Culture" course of the London Internship Study Abroad program is a course made up of classroom and field visits covering all of London, for ANTH or SOCI credit. Students are not limited to London, ANTH or SOCI internships are also available in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Argentina, Spain, and Brazil. Contact Mary Getsey Bernier at [log in to unmask], for more information.

 
 
 
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