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OSEA—CITE Partners


Universidad Intercultural Maya de Quintana Roo (UIMQRoo)

The Universidad Intercultural Maya de Quintana Roo (UIMQRoo) (https://www.uimqroo.edu.mx/), located in José María Morelos, Quintana Roo (QRoo), provides education in areas of Maya language and culture, alternative community based tourism, public/community health, agroecology, information technologies, business developments, and intercultural education, among other fields. Beginning in 2019, OSEA has parterned with the UIMQRoo to develop intercultural field study programs that bring students from the US and Europe together with UIMQRoo students from the Maya region to learn together in OSEA ethnography and Maya language programs.

Universidad Intercultural Maya de Quintana Roo, México provides transcripting authority for OSEA with accredited transcripts of OSEA course credits

Latin American & Iberian Institute at University of New Mexico (LAIL–UNM)

The Latin American & Iberian Institute at University of New Mexico (LAIL–UNM) (www.laii.unm.edu) is a recipient of a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant (2022-2026) and is able to distribute FLAS (Foreign Language and Area Studies) Fellowships to students learning Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL) and Indigenous Languages of the Americas, including Maya. Beginning in 2023, LAIL–UNM is partnering with OSEA to create a unique opportunity for UNM as well as non-UNM students to participate in the OSEA Maya immersion program. Interested persons are encouraged to contact the OSEA Director (quetzil at osea-cite dot org) or the LAIL-UNM administrative staff (laiibusiness@unm.edu) to learn about eligibility and funding.


Professional Organizations and Research Resources
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
Documentary Educational Resources (ethnographic & documentary films)
Peabody Museum
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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