OSEA Field Study Abroad Training Programs

Summer Program for training on ethnography and field work in antrhopology.

Ethnography Field School is an intensive, on-site fieldwork program that provides training in ethnography. Ethnography is based in on-site participation, cultural immersion, interviewing, observation, and visual research methods as way to investigate issues and problems of medical anthropology, cultural change, globalization, tourism anthropology, heritage studies, anthropology of food, sustainability, sex/gender identities and subjectivities, indigeneity, community action research, public health, spiritualities and religion, subcultures, ritual and performance. OSEA tailors the program to suit the needs and interests of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals and other persons who are not students who have a need to develop new skills in interdisciplinary research methodologies. OSEA training programs are designed to be flexible while retaining a structure for hands-on, interactive learning for small groups. OSEA Ethnography Field School offers 4 Week and 6 Week programs.

Deadline Information

Early Deadline - receive $300 discount: Sunday, January 20, 2019

Regular Deadline: Wednesday, February 20, 2019