Brooklyn College: Antigua and Barbuda - Food, Sustainability, and Global Climate Change Field School

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Students will explore the culture, traditions, and history of Antigua and Barbuda through immersive, multidisciplinary, hands-on experiences. Themes of colonization, diasporic communities, religion, nationalism, food and sustainability, and geogra... read more

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Students will explore the culture, traditions, and history of Antigua and Barbuda through immersive, multidisciplinary, hands-on experiences. Themes of colonization, diasporic communities, religion, nationalism, food and sustainability, and geography will be explored in the context of globalization. Students will visit museums, nature reserves, artist colonies, and religious centers, and meet with local dignitaries, officials, and subject matter experts. The culmination of this experience will be the design and implementation of a museum exhibit that captures one or more of the themes explored. Analysis of archaeological artifacts, foodways, culinary traditions, and people-environment interactions from the past through present will inform this exhibit. Students will live at a guesthouse in Antigua and in shared rooms in houses in Barbuda.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Sustainability Studies
  • Food Processing
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