SMU in Oaxaca

During winter term 2009-10, seven students will earn Art History/CF credit studying ancient archaeological sites, Colonial art and architecture, folk art and religious fiestas in the Valley of Oaxaca, the Sierra Norte, Sierra Madre del Sur and on the Pacific Coast as part of SMU-in-Oaxaca.

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An update from Anne, a graduate student in history with a focus on the U.S. Southwest and Mexico who is doing research on Indian history:

One last gorgeous sunrise in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca made me realize how much I am going to miss this place and the people who took us into their homes.

I consider myself to be an emotional and passionate person, and not surprisingly, this trip affected me in a variety of significant ways. Already, I am planning to return with a deeper understanding than before.

But for now, I will do my best to let the impression this place left on me soak in.

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