Payday loans
You are here: Home CCCL News VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY RELIGION AND CULTURE OF MOROCCO PROGRAM

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY RELIGION AND CULTURE OF MOROCCO PROGRAM

E-mail Print PDF

The Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) will be hosting 14 participants from Vanderbilt University from May 9th to May 25th, 2013. "Religion and Culture of Morocco" are designed to give students an opportunity to explore politics, arts, and education, as well as social and gender relations in a North African context.

The May semester course encompasses two portions. The first, devoted to in-class lectures and study at Vanderbilt, and the second of which will involve hands-on research and experience in Morocco, supplemented by additional lectures and presentations. The initial in-class component will introduce students to Moroccan history and provide an overview on religious (Islam, Judaism, and Christianity) that have contributed to the development of Moroccan culture. What is more, participants will develop an expertise in an aspect of Moroccan culture, and articulate the significance of it through a group discussions and excursions.