Bolivia High Andes Qualitative Field Study
LACC's Bolivia High Andes Qualitative Field Study for Community College and Minority-Serving Faculty is an international interdisciplinary seminar on the Pueblos Originarios (indigenous communities) of the High Andes in Bolivia. The Field Study is designed to examine and interrogate more typical approaches to "Indigenous Studies" in the US and support the comparative study of similarities, differences, challenges, and opportunities that cut across various native populations in the Americas.
Participants will directly engage with pueblo leaders and community members, scholars and policy makers based in La Paz, El Alto, Tiahuanaco, Jesús de Machaca, and Lake Titicaca. Field study sites include sacred and secular spaces of spiritual, socio-cultural, political, environmental, and economic significance to Bolivia's Pueblos Originarios.
The program will be in Spanish, with some content in Quechua, Aymara and Uru (translation to Spanish provided). It is open to US-based Community College or Minority-Serving Institution faculty and administrators who speak Spanish and incorporate Latin American- or Native American-related content into their teaching, research or professional service or serve a high percentage of Native American students. Funding is available. Space is limited.
The program will be enforced in accordance with Bolivian requirements.Dates
June 12 - June 22, 2023.Itinerary
The 2023 Bolivia High Andes Qualitative Field Study Itinerary is available here. Please note that the itinerary is subject to change.Application
The online application is available here.Level of Physical Activity
Call 305-348-2894 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Part of LACC's Andean Studies Program of Excellence.