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Patti C. McCloskey 09-09-2013 01:30 PM

South Africa Program - Applications Due Today!
2014 Drew Short Term Program

South Africa: The Political and Social History of a New Nation
Johannesburg & Cape Town, South Africa

January, 2014
Apply by Monday, September 9, 2013

Visit www.drew.edu/iocp/applications and choose "Apply to a Drew Program"

How do people form a new nation, especially one born out of racism, violence and revolution? Can people find reconciliation and unity in the present and, at the same time, admit the mistakes of the past? Explore the past and present of contemporary South Africa through visits to centers and historical sites on the 20th anniversary of the end of Apartheid. Gain a deeper understanding of the challenges of making a transition from Apartheid to post-Apartheid South Africa, through daily interactions with people who have lived through the transition.

Faculty Director: Obiri Addo

Eligibility Requirements:
1. PAST 201/HIST 201- 4 credits offered in Fall 2013
2. minimum GPA of 2.0
3. good disciplinary standing

Academic credit: 4 credits

Requirements Satisfied:
Pan African major and minor
History major and minor
Breadth-Humanities or Breadth-Interdisciplinary
Off-Campus Experience

Interests & Career Appeal: Students with undergraduate, graduate and career interest in African Studies, History, International Politics, Peace & Conflict Studies, Peace Corps, or Museum Studies will find this program of particular interest.

Program Cost: $3,900 includes tuition, airfare, lodging, some meals.

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