Now Enrolling for Summer 2018!
Florence Ethnographic Field School is a special kind of study abroad program that teaches qualitative research methods through onsite, active learning-by-doing. Perfect for anthropology and sociology majors, as well as any students interested in urban studies, qualitative research, interviewing and narrative analysis, or contemporary Europe.
Of course, you’ll also learn all about Italy: the identities, the food, the languages, gender, race, migration, and the complex intersections of them all in some of the Western world’s oldest cities.
See the Syllabus here: 3 Undergraduate or Graduate credits in Anthropology: ANTY391/591 Urban Ethnographic Methods, transcript issued by the University of Montana.
Review of applications begins March 1 and continues until April 5 (June session) and May 5 (July session)
Apply here for the June 2018 session: June 3-27 onsite (May 29 and 31 online pre-departure meetings)
Apply here for the July 2018 session: July 1-25 onsite (June 26 and 28 online pre-departure meetings)
See the complete Policies and Procedures here.