Join CSU Monterey Bay Professor Juan J. Gutiérrez and local specialists as he leads the Second Ethnographic Research Summer School in the historical communities of the Province of León in Spain.This summer's program dates are June 1 - 30.
- Learn by practicing the basic stages and methodologies of ethnographic field research.*
- Earn experience in ethnographic methods of data collection and analysis.
- Contribute to the expansion of the oral archives of the program La Alcordanza.
The experience consists of one month of intensive training in local communities. Students collect and analyze information under the direction of the program director, and will have an opportunity to visit and learn about incredible anthropological, historical and cultural sites, such as the Human Origins Site of Atapuerca, medieval locations and cathedrals of northern Spain, and contemporary landmarks such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
Application Deadline is Feb. 28, 2014.
Complete the pre-enrollment form here!
Estimated Cost of the Program $3800. This includes local transportation, lodging and meals, two field trips, and cultural and recreational activities. The cost also includes enrollment in 4 to 6 units of academic credit and Service Learning accreditation.
This program is open to students from the entire CSU system
Inormation meetings Building 86A, Conference Room, SBGS “Ocean Hall”
Contact Dr. Juan J. Gutierrez: email@example.com