ILC 2150.W6/ISTL 2550.W6/FLST 3160.W1: Cuba Through Film and Literature (Havana, Cuba)
Online Course Dates: September 8-October 31, 2014
International Travel Dates: October 17-26, 2014
Credit Hours: 3
This course has filled! Any applications submitted after May 13th will be placed on the waiting list.
Through the study of 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.
Cross-listed courses available (five seats each): FLST 3160.W1, ISTL 2550.W6 or ILC 2150.W6.
There are no prerequisites.
Itinerary (subject to change)
|10/17- Leave for Havana|
|10/18-Havana: Old Havana tour, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes|
|10/19: Havana: Casa Hemingway|
|10/20: Havana: Talks at Universidad de La Habana; Museo de la Revolución|
|10/21: Havana: Talks at Universidad de La Habana; Ferry to Regla or Guanabacoa; site visits to Havana suburbs|
|10/22: Havana: Fundación del Nuevo Cine Latino Americano|
|10/23: Travel from Havana to Trinidad; tour Trinidad|
|10/24: Visit Sancti Spiritus; return to Trinidad|
|10/25: Return to Havana; Vedado; La Rampa; Coelia|
|10/26: Leave Havana|
Tuition - Fall 2014 Online Tuition
Study Abroad Fee (non-refundable after deadline; due with application) - $150
Program Fee* - $1,300
Deadline (for application and deposit) - May 30, 2014
Instructors - Silvia Navia and Jorge Oliver
*Program fee covers airfare to/from Miami-Havana, 9 nights of accommodation, local transportation, entry fees and several excursions including one to Trinidad.
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