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SIT Morocco: Migration and Transnational Identity

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Program Information

Location

Rabat, Morocco

Terms

Fall, Spring

Languages

English, Arabic

Minimum Language Requirement

None; however, you must take the host language as one of your courses.

Area of Focus

Social Sciences

Structure

Field-Based

Description

Explore the effects of human mobility on local communities, global politics, and transnational economies; learn from discussions with asylum seekers, Syrian refugees, Moroccan immigrants in Europe, and the local communities impacted by migration. This program examines the factors driving internal and international migration in Morocco and elsewhere in North and sub-Saharan Africa. You will consider how human mobility is shaped by religion, security, youth culture, desertification, poverty, and other pressing issues and how mobility engenders transnational art and multilayered identities. You will contextualize the social and psychological impact of migration through discussions with Moroccan residents in the Netherlands.

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Detailed information about this program, including courses, housing, and fees, is available on the program website.

In order to study abroad for credit, you must complete two applications. You will need to both apply to your program for admission (via the program website) and apply to Yale for approval to receive credit.

 
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