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Study history and culture in Jamaica, a beautiful country full of rich
culture and heritage. Students will also enjoy the food, natural beauty,
winter Caribbean weather, history, safe environment, and friendly
Based at the University of the West Indies at Mona, you’ll interact with
a variety of people as you study history, and culture. In addition,
you’ll learn about reggae, religion, food, politics and history through
visits to galleries, museums, music venues, and cultural sites. Walking
the streets of Kingston is a visual adventure.
This winter session
program includes a variety of excursions in Bob Marley museum, Maroon
Mountain and includes a weekend trip to a farm.
Students reside in single rooms in the dormitories at UWI at Mona, with
all meals provided when the group is in Kingston. Meals are not provided
on approximately four excursion days.
Whether you’re interested in the political history, reggae music, or
seeing gorgeous waterfalls, the Winter session in Jamaica is your chance
to learn about African diaspora culture in the Caribbean.
View the program details.
AFRA Winter 2020 Study Abroad in JAMAICA!
Final information sessions:
Monday, September 9th @ 1:30 PM & 2:30 PM in 416 Ewing Hall
you’re interested in political history, reggae music, or seeing
gorgeous waterfalls, the 2020 Winter (micro) session in Jamaica is your
chance to learn about African diaspora culture in
at the University of the West Indies at Mona, you’ll interact with a
variety of people as you study history and culture. This exciting
program includes a variety of excursions to the Bob
Marley museum, Maroon Mountain, Dancehall event, and includes a weekend
trip to Montego Bay.
AFRA 332 or HIST 332:
History of Caribbean II
This course satisfies University History Breadth and Arts and Sciences (Group B)
The Program Fee includes housing, all program related events and
excursions, most meals, and in country transportation
Funding is available!
For more information and instructions for applying visit the Global Studies website:
Please email Dr. Brown with any questions:
AFRA Winter 2020 Study Abroad in Jamaica! Information sessions: Sep 9, 416 Ewing Hall, 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica, University of the West Indies