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Summer Field School in Ethnography
MIRA: Multimedia Interdisciplinary Research in Anthropology
A collaborative and comparative study of tourism destinations and cultures

· Undergraduate students who have completed freshman year (entering sophomores & up)
· Graduate Students in Masters and/or Ph.D. Program
· Non-Students with work or teaching experience in any related field of cultural production

We welcome participants with backgrounds in any Social Science, Art, Design, and/or Humanities fields whose interest focus is on culture, cultural studies and/or cultural production, commentary or critique.

Program Requirements
· High Motivation & Creativity
· Commitment & Discipline
· Personal Flexibility
· Conversational Spanish (Minimum 1-year college-level Spanish)
· Fluency in German, French, or Italian is a bonus!

Additional Information
Students must agree to attend all required classes and activities and be fully engaged in the collaborative as well as individual projects. Students should be prepared to be flexible as well as take advantage of serendipitous opportunities that present themselves in the field.

Students are required to bring appropriate supplies and equipment to enable them to conduct and document field research. This includes materials such as high quality video and audio recording devices, digital and analog cameras, and notebooks. Students may share resources as appropriate.