Argentina Cultural Studies Program

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Argentina Cultural Studies Program

The program offers students the opportunity to live and study in Buenos Aires, Argentina’s intellectual and cultural capital and one of Latin America’s most sophisticated cities. It is home to many museums, theaters, art galleries, and bookstores. Courses focus on Argentine culture, journalism, politics, and literature, and include discussion of recent literary and intellectual developments. An internship course includes placements in cultural organizations, NGOs, and in the areas of journalism and communications. Past internship placements have included Ministerio de Ciencia y Technologia, Radio Palermo: Program “La Cocina del Periodismo,” and Radio Nacional de la Republica Argentina. Classes will take place at the Universidad de Palermo. Course-related excursions will provide students with an opportunity to explore the city’s vibrant cultural scene.

Subjects

  • Latin American Studies

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