Study in the South American country with a uniquely European flair!
You’ll traverse the picturesque neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, the riverfront city of Corrientes and stop by one of the most splendid natural wonders at the border of Uruguay and Brazil... the Iguazu Falls! And all while exploring the vast and unique histories of Argentine literature, culture, and politics.
Your program begins with courses in NYC just prior to departing for South America where you will continue at the Instituto de Literatura Hispanoamericana, part of the University of Buenos Aires, before moving on to Corrientes and the Iguazú Falls. By traversing the immense capital city, along with the seven peninsulas of Corrientes and the sub-tropical rainforest of Argentina's northern border, you’ll gain broad knowledge of a country greatly influenced by the confluence of its varied immigrant and indigenous populations, which continues to shape the socio-political landscape of Latin America.
Program dates: Travel dates are June 20 to July 8, 2017, followed by a final week of coursework in New York.
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- Undergraduate Courses:
- Graduate Courses:
- SPA 118: Contemporary Spanish-America (3 credits)
- SPA 306A: Seminar on Argentinean Literature and Culture (3 credits)
- PSY 625: Cross-Cultural Psychology (3 credits)
Please note: all confirmed participants will be registered for their approved courses by the Office of Global Studies.
Dr. Alina Camacho-Gingerich is the Director of the Center for Latin American and Carribean Culture (CLACS) and a Professor in the Department of Languages and Literatures. She is a leading scholar on Latin American Literature, civilization and Latino studies and has been the recipient of numerous professional awards and recognitions, including the Simon Bolivar Medal. A specialist in Cuban literature, as well, Dr. Camacho-Gingerich was selected as one of four Advisory Board Members for a delegation of U.S. universities that traveled to Cuba in October 2015 as part of the Institute for International Education’s Cuba Higher Education Initiative. She has directed Global Studies programs to Puerto Rico, Costa Rica and Cuba.
Dr. Rafael Art. Javier is a Professor of Psychology and the Director Inter-agencies Training and Research Initiatives, Director of the Post-Graduate Professional Development Programs and the Director of the Postdoctoral Certificate Programs in Forensic Psychology at St. John’s University. He has presented at national and international conferences throughout Europe, South American and the Caribbean on psycholinguistic and psychoanalytic issues in research and treatment and on ethnic and cultural issues in psychoanalytic theories and practice, including on issues of violence and the impact on general cognitive and emotional functioning. His current research activities include issues of violence and moral development, suicide in adolescents and young adults, and bilingualism. He is Visiting Professor at the Universidad de la Cuenca del Plata, in Corrientes, Argentina and appointed “Profesor Honorario” by that university in 2016. Beginning January 2017, he is the President of the Forensic Division of the New York State Psychological Association.
Program Fee: The fee for the Summer 2017 program to Argentina is $2050, not including round-trip airfare to Buenos Aires and summer tuition (estimated at $4000 per 3-credit coruse). Students enrolling in 2 courses will receive $1000 off of their summer tuition.
Program Status: This program is confirmed to run!