Explore the geographical and historical transformation of Cuba from colonial times to the present day.
- Live and study in Havana, with excursions and shorter stays in Viñales, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, and Matanzas
- Engage in field research focusing on Cuba’s past and present export industries (shipping, sugar, tobacco, tourism, medical services) and the cultural landscapes they have shaped
- Examine representations of Cuba as a place, by Cubans and outsiders, through art, music, and film
Dates: July 11 – August 5, 2017
Units: 6 units
Language of Instruction: English
Courses: Geography 100: Field Study of Cuba: Landscapes of Power, Production, and Promise