This course is an overview of significant Cuban historical and cultural watermarks providing a context to the rich visual culture and built environment of Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad. Colonial contact, post-Colonial exploitation and American influences will set the stage for Revolution, Soviet influence and Cuba after the special period.
Outcome 1: Explain global citizenship and identify what type of citizen they are and develop Intercultural skills.
Outcome 2: Describe important country and regional-specific factors relating to geography, culture, history, politics, health and safety and discipline specific system of the country to which they will travel.
Outcome 3: Develop Intercultural skills. Demonstrate behavior in class that is culturally appropriate in the country to which they will travel.
Outcome 4: Interact with and build rapport with students in the class and on the field trip. Express simple greetings and phrases in country-specific language.
Outcome 5: Develop a personal project.
Permission of instructor required. Offered in Cuba
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Previously offered classes
Winter 2020: Off campus
|Section ID:||DEA 4224 101-SEM|
|Program:||Cuba Vista in Winter|
|Class dates:||January 8-16, 2020|
|Due date:||TBA (see Final exams)|
|Time / room:||MTWRFSU 9 AM - 10:30 AM / Other, Off-Campus|
|Mode of instruction:||In person|
|Instructor:||Morin, P. (pmm24)|
|Notes:||Permission of instructor required. Offered in Cuba.|
|To enroll:||See Cuba Vista in Winter for enrollment information.|