Led by Tasha Buttler, IAS, and Eduardo Silva, UWS Portuguese Studies
Info sessions on the Seattle campus on Jan 26, Feb 8, and Feb 23
This program will expose UW students to the richness of Afro-Brazilian cultures by studying and living in Salvador da Bahia, the heartland of Afro-descended peoples of Brazil. Students will also visit the National Park Chapada Diamantina, an important site from the mining era of slavery in the state of Bahia. In addition, students will be able to compare the histories of oppression, systematic racism, and contributions of blacks in Brazil to the experiences of blacks in the United States to gain more complex and developed perspectives on current discussions of race.
Application Deadline March 1, 2017.
Application deadline for scholarships February 15, 2017
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