Havana, Cuba | Webster University

Havana, Cuba

Spring Break- March 10-18, 2018

Course: EPMD 3000: Cuba Today: Documenting Art & Culture

Course Description : One of the most powerful outcomes of documentary storytelling occurs when a documentarian bears witness to moments of significant change in wild history. As new relations between Cuba and the United States emerge, documentaries can reveal the inevitable changes that will have an impact on all aspects of life and culture in Cuba and the United States.

Course Syllabus 

Professor: Kathy Corley 

Program Fee: $2,400*

Study Abroad Fee: $175

*Program Fee includes : 8 nights of accommodation, on ground programming including visits and entrance fees, transportation,most lunches a welcome and farewell dinner and visa expenses. 

Apply By: December 15, 2017

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Course: ILC 2150: Cuba Through Film and Literature 

Course Description: This class will focus on the historical, cultural and social development of post-revolutionary Cuba from the 1960´s to the present. Through the study of recent film and a variety of diverse cultural productions (literature, music, plastic arts, architecture, etc.), this course will examine the ever-present impact of the Cuban Revolution on the country´s social and cultural development, which combined with the unique Cuban character and personality, come to define today’s Cuban social and cultural milieu.

Course Syllabus

Professor: Graziella Postolache 

Program Fee$2,400*

Study Abroad Fee: $175

*Program Fee includes : 8 nights of accommodation, on ground programming including visits and entrance fees, transportation, most lunches a welcome and farewell dinner and visa expenses. 

Apply By: December 15, 2017

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Please Note: Webster University has evaluated the U.S. Department of State Travel Warning that was issued on September 29, 2017 and has determined that university groups traveling to Cuba are not at risk at this time.”