Tour the Dominican Republic; experience working for social justice and equity; make lasting and transformational relationships; and learn about the Caribbean.
Santo Domingo—we will stay in a 16th Century hotel in the heart of the Colonial District—the oldest European settlement in the New World and a World Heritage site; dine under the stars in the town square
Cabarete — we will stay on the beach in this world-renowned village of stunning beaches, dramatic mountains, and a thriving international community.
We will: work with the Mariposa DR Foundation, a non-profit that works to end generational poverty through the education of women and girls; relax on a Caribbean beach; visit an organic chocolate and coffee farm; explore El Choco National Park and swim in crystal clear caves.

All accommodations include 24-hour security, air conditioning, and fresh, local breakfast Trip price includes airfare, 3 meals/day, lodging, excursions, bus-fare, tourist visa, and traveler’s insurance.

Courses Offered

Choose Up to 2 Classes To Be Enrolled *
GWST 2200: Gender in Global Contexts
ENGL 5000 Special Topics: Dominican and Haitian Literature
SOCI 4010 Special Topics: Gender and Dominican Culture
SABR 2960: Dominican Culture

Dates: March 14-22, 2014
Cost: $2300 plus tuition for up to 6 credits

Contact:
Dr. Alison Hatch or
Dr. Jane Rago
Email:
alison.hatch@armstrong.edu or
jane.rago@armstrong.edu
 

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