- Edmondson Hall C110
- Days and Times
- F 9:10 a.m. - 11:40 a.m., Second Eight Weeks, 3 credits plus a required summer field experience in Oaxaca, Mexico, May 7-21.
- Course Description
Through this course, you’ll learn about and then witness Mexico’s local and global arts scene, cultural diversity, archaeological heritage, and community-based political institutions. Attend a traditional vela, visit museums and markets, and float the canals of Mexico City while learning about the farm-to-table movement and water use in the city. Through these experiences, you’ll learn about the successes and challenges of Mexico’s rural and urban communities with respect to self-governance, sustainability, and the arts.
SustainCollins course – open to all residents.
Please note: students enroll in the course in the spring preceding the summer travel. Includes a required summer field experience in Oaxaca, Mexico, May 9-23.
Application online at go.iu.edu/ASPIREoaxaca (deadline tba)
Instructor: Stacie King