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       ALS Short-term Study Abroad Program for 2013-14 Academic Year

Social Justice and Cohesion in South Africa:
20 Years after the End of Apartheid
Mid/Late May to June: 3 weeks

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Photo Descriptions:
Top Left to Right: Robben Island; Pretoria Union Buildings; Cape Peninsula; & Commemorating the ‘76 Soweto Uprising
  Bottom: Left to Right: AIDS campaign poster near Soweto; Jo-berg Gold Mine Remnant; Kruger Park Leopard; and Cape Town Harbor

Logistics. Organized by Drs. Compton (ALS and Poli Sci) and Choonoo (ALS and English). Students who are taking this trip for credit may register for 3-6 credits during the Spring and Summer. Lectures, site and cultural visits will be included in the program fee. We will focus on South Africa’s three main cities: Durban, Jo-berg, and Cape Town examining issues of social justice (i.e., race, class, and gender) within the framework of social science and the humanities.

Cost: $1900.00 approximately & includes: lodging, some meals, domestic airfare and transportation, and all lectures and entry fees!! No visa fees (US passport) or shots required.

Trip includes visits in the following locations:
Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Durban and surrounding vicinities.

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For Information Please contact:

Dr. Robert Compton (Robert.Compton@oneonta.edu)

or Dr. Neville Choonoo
(Neville.Choonoo@oneonta.edu)

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