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The Universidad Intercultural Maya de Quintana, Roo or UIMQRoo is OSEA institutional Partner in Mexico in creating a unique international student exchange program based in anthropological Field Study Abroad. UIMQRoo, located in Jose Maria Morelos Quintana Roo, México, provides transcripting authority for OSEA with accredited transcripts of the OSEA course credits and anthropological training you receive. Every summer OSEA students participate in the OSEA intensive training with Maya undergraduate student from the UIMQRoo. They are native Maya speakers and students learning how to do community based research with their home towns. This provides a unique opportunity of transcultural exchange, linguistic immersion, and fieldwork based learning.


AAA, American Anthropological Association

SLACA, Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (section of the AAA)

Anthropology of Tourism Interest Group (unit within the AAA)

MA Programme in Travel, Tourism and Pilgrimmage, SOAS, University London

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Indiana University

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AAA — American Anthropology Association
Centers of Latin American Studies Programs (Title VI Centers)
SfAA — Society for Applied Anthropology
LANIC (UT) Latin America Web Resources
LASA — Latin American Studies Association
H-Net — Humanities & Social Sciences Online
RAI — Royal Anthropological Institute
CIW — Carnegie Institution of Washington
MLA — Modern Languages Association
WAC — World Archaeological Congress
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Special Collections, Tozzer Library, Harvard
Spoon Discussion List-Serves on Theory — great resource for Deleuze, Freud, Lacan, Foucault, Marx, Postcolonial Discourse, and many many other theorists, theories and theoretical traditions


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