Journey to Barcelona and investigate the effects of migration in Western Europe and the United States before and after September 11, 2001.
- Explore Spain's second largest city, recognized as a global city for its commerce, media, arts, entertainment, education, and tourism
- Connect with local communities and immerse yourself in Spanish culture
- Live and study with other program students in Barcelona
How have international relations and dialogues within multicultural urban spaces changed since September 11, 2001? Start the conversation by exploring and interacting with a number of immigrant communities from around the world throughout Barcelona. Delve deeper into the discussion by attending lectures and engaging with immigrants and specialists in the field. With its strategic location and large number of immigrants from the Global South, Barcelona is the ideal location to find your answer.
"This has been one of my greatest experiences at Cal. The whole time I've been here I've constantly said how I feel both privileged and blessed to be in such a beautiful place that has made me not only question myself but the world around me. So glad I applied!"
Dates: May 21 – June 22, 2017
Units: 6 units
Language of Instruction: English