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IHP: Climate Change - Land, Water, and Climate Justice

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Social impacts of climate change. Less cultural connection due to the travel nature of the program. Students should be prepared for an intensive focus on the program theme, limited free time and multiple transitions with changing faculty, locations, climates, foods, and home stays. Students are encouraged to apply for SIT/IHP scholarships.

IHP: Human Rights - Movements, Power & Resistance

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Early application necessary. Less cultural connection due to the travel nature of the program. Students should be prepared for an intensive focus on the program theme, limited free time and multiple transitions with changing faculty, locations, climates, foods, and home stays. Program director a Bates graduate. Students are encouraged to apply for SIT/IHP scholarships.

IHP: Health and Community - Globalization, Culture, and Care

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Health and community issues. Early application necessary. Less cultural connection due to the travel nature of the program. Students should be prepared for an intensive focus on the program theme, limited free time and multiple transitions with changing faculty, locations, climates, foods, and home stays. Students are encouraged to apply for SIT/IHP scholarships.

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Public Health: The health impacts of globalization; Comparative health systems;Governance and policy-making

IHP: Cities in the 21st Century - People, Planning, and Politics

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Cities in the 21st century: Urban planning and development. Less cultural connection due to the travel nature of the program. Students should be prepared for an intensive focus on the program theme, limited free time and multiple transitions with changing faculty, locations, climates, foods, and home stays. Students are encouraged to apply for SIT/IHP scholarships.

Read about Kati Cabral's experience in Spring 2019.

Carleton-Antioch: Women's and Gender Studies in Europe

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An exploration of feminist and queer theory in practice across Europe: Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Poland. Program starts with a one-week summer school in Utrecht organized by the Network of Interdisciplinary Women’s Studies in Europe (NOISE). Independent study project. Pre-program reading and writing assignments.

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