2013 CELASA Seminar in Mexico

LAS 345 - CUETZALAN: Cultural Heritage, Natural Resources, Gender Issues (2 units) with Professor Hodoyan.

May 19th-June 2

Two units, all meals, lodging and program costs will be covered! The only student cost is the flight from San Francisco to Puebla which ranges from ($500-600)

The CELASA Seminar in Cuetzalan, Mexico, is an intensive, two-week study abroad program with a focus on the historical heritage, natural resources, and social issues (such as gender rights, historical memory and access to resources) affecting the life of the inhabitants of the northeastern mountains of the state of Puebla. The Pueblo Mágico of Cuetzalan will be our “base camp” from where to explore the vast human and natural riches of the area.

  • Applicants are required to have  fourth semester Spanish language proficiency 
  • 1 page letter of intent outlining the relevance of this study abroad trip for your education required
  • Open to current freshman, sophomores, and juniors
  • Download the application here, or pick one up from K-hall 334.
  • Applications are due by Monday, March 18 at 5pm to K-Hall 334 or by email to malitman@usfca.edu
  • For questions please contact Marissa Litman at  malitman@usfca.edu