Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to a short-term faculty-led study abroad course in Spain this summer, “Islam and Migration in Contemporary and Historical Spain” (POLS 4360 and PADM 5341). This course will run in Summer II and travel to Madrid, Toledo, Granada, and Salobrena from May 25 to June 5.
Students in the course will study how Islam has influenced Spanish history, culture, and politics, including through modern issues of migration, identity, and religion. We will visit beautiful mosques, eat amazing food, have class discussions in historical public squares, and make memories for a lifetime. All students are welcome to apply—no prerequisites are required and you don’t have to be a political science major. The total cost, including airfare, in-country transportation, hotels, all breakfasts, and insurance, is $3,195. Students must also enroll in the Summer II course and pay tuition for this upper-division class. Scholarships are available.
We will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 22 at 3:30 pm in person (Ross Hall 306 on campus) and on Zoom at this link.
For more info, email Dr. Rebecca Glazier at firstname.lastname@example.org.