The program combines workshops and activities to examine the history and culture of the Spanish-speaking Caribbean. Students explore themes related to colonialism, popular culture and religious practices, and discuss the real and fictitious elements that characterize modern ideas of what constitutes Caribbean culture. Participants will analyze primary source readings and develop command of theories and paradigms used to deconstruct discourse, text and other materials.
Summer 2011 participant and City College student Eddie Cuesta was particularly pleased with the tailoring of his role in the program to his specific interests: “I have gained much from my participation in the InteRDom internship program,” he said, “and found it to be rewarding. This program was tailor-made for me.”
Students interested in participating in the program are encouraged to attend an information session with InteRDom and Study Abroad representatives in the City College Study Abroad office. At the information session students will learn more about the itinerary, cost and program logistics, as well as how to begin the application to participate.Do not delay and apply today!
Students will register for four credits during the Summer Session in the following course:
1. INTL 31004: International Service Learning in DR (4 credits)
CCNY Tuition for 4 credits
Not included: meals and airfare (approx. $500) to/from the Dominican Republic
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