Peru 2015

We hope you will consider participating in this EPAF-run Field school in June & July 2015 and, perhaps, inform other students who may be interested as well. This field school is open to any university students but UNBC students are especially encouraged to attend. We will work with interested students to arrange UNBC academic credit for your participation in the field school.

Facilitated by: the Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team (EPAF)
Supported at UNBC by: Dr. Catherine Nolin (Geography) & Dr. Ross Hoffman (First Nations Studies)


Key Details

Where: Lima and Ayacucho region of Peru

When: June 15 – July 3, 2015 (in Peru)
   
For Whom: 3rd and 4th year Geography, Anthropology, First Nations Studies, International Studies, Women's Studies, and Political Science students (among others) interested in indigenous issues, post-conflict society, transitional justice, memory, gender & development, human rights, solidarity and activism; Graduate students in Geography, Interdisciplinary Studies, First Nations Studies, and related disciplines

Download the Field School Brochure: 2015 Ayacucho Field School Brochure


Potential UNBC Course Credit

Geography 333 (Field School)
Geography 499 Independent Study
First Nations Studies 499 Independent Study
Graduate-level courses TBD


Application Information

2015 Ayacucho Field School Application Form
For application and other inquiries contact Dr. Catherine Nolin - catherine.nolin@unbc.ca- or Dr. Ross Hoffman - ross.hoffman@unbc.ca

Application Deadline: mid-February 2015