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Study Abroad in South Africa: Race, State and Nation-Building

This program is full for 2014, please call Faculty Director Jen LeRoux at 970-846-2076 with any questions.

Experience the politics, culture and society of South Africa while earning transferable credits in sociology and anthropology.  The course theme is Race, State and Nation-Building. Associate Professor, Martyn Kingston will lead the instruction. He wrote his PhD thesis on this topic and has considerable research and writing experience in South Africa. Jen le Roux is South African and graduated from University of Stellenbosch and University of Cape Town before coming to the United States.Trip cost includes:

  • Airfare, lodging, transportation, and meals VisitstoJohannesburg,Pretoria,CapeTown&Stellenbosch Tours of Soweto, Robben Island, District Six,
  • Langa, South African Parliament, Pilanesburg Safari,
  • Bophutatswana and Sun City, Cheetah Outreach Center, universities, local schools and more!
  • Meetings with ANC officials, human rights organizations, local and multi-national businesses,and U.S. Embassy staff.

Trip Dates
May 16 through June 4, 2014

Courses
SOC 218:  Sociology of Diversity
ANT 221: Exploring Other Cultures

Trip Costs
$4266-$4971*  plus CMC tuition. *Depends on group size.  Price includes airfare, lodging, transportation and meals

For more information, contact:

Jen le Roux 
jleroux@coloradomtn.edu

Dr. Martyn Kingston
mkingston@coloradomtn.edu