Wooster in North East India Information Session

All are invited to the Wooster in North East India information session on Thursday, January 17 at 4 and Friday, January 18 at noon, both in Lowry 119.

Travel dates: May 14-June 15 2013

The program includes 2 courses: Modern Indian Democracy: History and Politics, and An Introduction to Indian Geography: Humans, Culture and the Environment. Both stress experiential learning, include visits to tribal villages, sacred forests, government institutions, etc and opportunities for conversations with activists, government officials, and community leaders. The program also includes study-travel trips to New Delhi, the Taj Mahal and Darjeeling.

The program is well-suited for adventurous students from all academic departments and programs with an interest in India, from the history or political science student hoping to add a course to their major, to science students looking to satisfy multiple Wooster Education requirements over the summer, to students in anthropology or sociology interested in indigenous peoples, and students seeking to complete a minor in the College’s interdisciplinary program in Environmental Studies.

For more information, see the program website.