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  • Locations: Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Program Terms: J-Term
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Drake Administered Housing Options: Hotel
Credit Type: Drake Credit Language of Instruction: English
Provider: Drake University
Program Description:
The Other Side of the Wall: The Presence and Effects of American Culture in Contemporary Mexico
Carlyn Crowe and Jody Swilky
AOI Written Communication, Honors
This travel seminar will focus on the local and regional culture of Jalisco, a state 600 miles from the Mexico-U.S. border, where students will explore the presence and effects of North American culture through onsite engagement with industry, business, NGOs, cultural institutions and government.  Students will examine and critically analyze the ethical considerations of how North American culture is present, marketed and branded in this area by using multiple forms of expression and representation, including multimedia, video, and film, to produce projects that capture how American culture has shaped, and continues to shape, contemporary Mexican culture.  
Estimated Range: $3,700-4,600

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