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Queen's University

Department of Global Development Studies

DEVS 305:  Cuban Culture and Society

Information session on Thursday September 18, 2014 at 5:30 PM in Ellis Hall Room 327

Interested in:

  • The successes and failures of socialism as a development strategy?
  • Soft power as a component of foreign policy
  • Urban agriculture and food security
  • film making as a national development
  • music as a form of political language
  • women's rights and sexual rights in a Latin American context
  • Challenging your perceptions, stereotypes and fantasies about Cuba, Latin America and the Caribbean

Then DEVS 305 may be for you!

DEVS 305 is an interdisciplinary 6.0 unit Winter Term course.  It counts towards degree requirements in the departments of Film and Media; Sociology; Languages, Literatures and Cultures; Gender Studies; and History.  It takes place at Queen's University and in Havana during the winter and first few weeks of the spring term.

For more information, be sure to attend the information session on Thursday September 18, 2014 at 5:30 PM in Ellis Hall, Room 327.

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