University of Texas at Austin: Mexico City - NAFTA, Narcos and Neoliberalism

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  • Location(s): Mexico
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

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This program allows students to analyze the cultural impact of free trade and narco economies on Mexico City - a global, cultural, and economic center of the Spanish-speaking Americas. Students will examine Mexican tourism, informal/formal economi... read more

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I learned more about myself and the culture on a very personal basis. It was definitely worthwhile! - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review

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This program allows students to analyze the cultural impact of free trade and narco economies on Mexico City - a global, cultural, and economic center of the Spanish-speaking Americas. 

Students will examine Mexican tourism, informal/formal economies, art, performance, language, or undocumented migrant populations through participant observation research and cultural studies methodologies. The program will include visits to cultural and archaeological sites in Mexico City like Templo Mayor, La Basilica de Guadalupe, the National Palace, and the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, as well as an educational excursion to Tepoztlan.

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Study Abroad
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  • Summer
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