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ANTH 3771: Pyramids, Gods, and Mummies
Puebla, Mexico
Program Terms: Summer
This program is currently not accepting applications.
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General Program Location: Various Locations Academic Setting: Special Focus
Housing: Dorm, Home Stay Degree: Undergraduate
Provider: Fordham University Foreign Language Competency: None
Language of Instruction: English Field of Study: Social Sciences
Program Description:
ANTH 3771 Pyramids, Gods and Mummies Mexico 2
Hugo Benavides 

Through lectures, reading and site visits to archaeological and historical sites around Puebla and Mexico City, this anthropology class will assess how migrating notions of culture have served to enable contesting identities across and through the border between the United States and Mexico. The course both explores the complex relationship between identity, history and culture as it is expressed in the millenarian migration of communities throughout the Mesoamerican landscape and challenges the authoritative picture officially espoused by the governing bodies of both countries. Faculty lecturers from Universidad Iberoamericana in Puebla, and visits to key archeological sites in Teotihuacán and Cholula as well as to communities like Cuetzalán and San Juan de Otlanzingo, will provide materials for small research papers and projects. Class work and regular structured reflection will help students see and understand how sometimes similar, and at times differing notions of what it means to be American have permeated the landscape of the continent, and continue to fuel our cultural and political identities.

2013-2014 Short Term Program Costs

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