Culture, the Arts, and Society - Self-Governance, Sustainability, and the Arts

CLLC-L210 / CLASS 13279 — Spring 2021 with Summer 2021 travel

Location
Cravens B
Days and Times
F 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Second Eight Weeks, 3 credits plus a required summer field experience in Oaxaca, Mexico, May 9-23.
Course Description

Please note: students enroll in the course in the spring preceding the summer travel. 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.

Includes a required summer field experience in Oaxaca, Mexico, May 9-23.
Application online at go.iu.edu/ASPIREoaxaca (deadline tba)

Instructor: Stacie King