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US | Leaders: David Lind and Kendra Yoder
This unit is a new, semester-long look at Native American culture with the last two courses taking place in Arizona. See details.
Short-term and single course options
May Term 2020-2021
- US Cultural Perspectives: From Chicago to Amish Country — 3 credits
Leader: Philipp Gollner
- US Community Engaged Learning: Environ Disaster & Response — 3 credits
Leader: Kendra Yoder
- SOC 342, Native American Society & Cultures— 3 credits
Leader: David Lind
Phil 307, Asian Thought
Intl 253, History & Culture of Latinos in the US
Core 300, Global Issues: Indigenous Rights
June 14 to July 30
- INTL 251 US, Cultural Perspectives: Native American Cultures, Arizona — 3 credits
- INTL 271 US, Community Engaged Learning: Native American Health and Welfare — 3 credits
It is strongly recommended that students take SOC 342 and CORE 300 along with these courses. Students MUST take these two courses as a package, because they will be traveling in Arizona.
Leader: David Lind and Kendra Yoder
Over the years, we have sent students to Belize, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Mali, Morocco, Nicaragua, Peru, Poland and South Korea. Goshen College offered a domestic Latino Studies program in which students studied about, served in and were immersed in the local Latino culture for a semester in Northern Indiana.