[Blackstudies-l] SStudy Abroad in Cuba Information Session This Friday!
medeiros at geneseo.edu
Thu Apr 19 16:34:40 EDT 2018
> *Study Abroad in Cuba! (January 2 - 19, 2019)*
> Information Session on Friday, 4/20 at 2:30pm in Bailey 201
> *Course: *ANTH 216 S/M/ Race, Racism and the Black Experience in the
> Americas, with guest lectures from Cuban scholars on Cuban history,
> U.S.-Cuban Relations, health and medicine, gender, tourism, literature,
> religion, music and dance. ANTH 216 fulfills S/M/ requirements as well
> as requirements for the Anthropology major and minor, Black Studies major
> and minor, International Relations major and minor (developing world
> track), Sociomedical Sciences minor, and Latin American Studies Minor.
> *Includes:* Daily scheduled activities and excursions with Cuban students
> to cultural events (music, dance, theater), national parks, beaches,
> museums, and to visit a hospital and clinic.
> *Student Research:* Students will conduct life history interviews with
> English-speaking Cuban students, and be interviewed by Cuban students as
> part of a collaborative research project to be completed in the Spring 2019
> *Total Credits:* 3 credits during the winter intersession and 1 credit
> during the spring semester
> *Application Deadline:* September 1, 2018
> *Email:* medeiros at geneseo.edu for more information
> *Facebook Page:* Geneseo in Cuba! <http://fb.me/GeneseoinCuba>
> Geneseo Study Abroad in Cuba Page
> *Anticipated Schedule:*
> 12/26-12/31: Pre-departure online coursework
> 1/2-1/3: Pre-departure retreat in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY
> 1/4-1/19: Cuba
> Spring 2019 semester: 1 credit's worth time commitment (2 to 3 hours per
> week) to complete a group life history research project started in Cuba.
> *ANTH 216 S/M/ Race, Racism and the Black Experience in the Americas
> Course Description:*
> This course examines race, racism and the black experience in the Americas
> from an anthropological perspective. Comparing and contrasting the lived
> experiences of contemporary members of the African diaspora, it will
> examine issues such as: the scientific and social construction of race;
> racism and social and health inequality; whiteness and privilege; blackness
> as an individual and social identity; and the intersection of race, gender,
> and class. The course also examines the relationship between identity and
> the production of cultural products such as music, dance, and religion
> across the Americas. Lastly, the course explores social justice movements
> and acts of resistance against discrimination and pervasive inequality.
> Readings, films, written assignments, and discussions will underscore how
> the politics of race and ethnicity as well as the discourse on culture and
> identity, shape and influence social relations and individual experiences
> throughout the Americas.
> Melanie A. Medeiros, Ph.D.
> Pronouns: she/her/hers
> Assistant Professor of Anthropology
> Coordinator, Sociomedical Sciences program
> Department of Anthropology
> SUNY Geneseo
> Office: Bailey 106
> Phone: 585-245-6264
> Email: medeiros at geneseo.edu
Melanie A. Medeiros, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Coordinator, Sociomedical Sciences program
Department of Anthropology
Office: Bailey 106
Email: medeiros at geneseo.edu
Author of *Marriage, Divorce and Distress in Northeast Brazil: Black
Women's Perspectives on Love, Respect, and Kinship*
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