In an increasingly interconnected world, it has become essential to create a global education that displays and embraces our common history.
The new ICS Afro Iberian Studies explores the black influences and heritage present in Spanish history and culture. The program introduces a historical perspective while emphasizing a present-day focus.
Students in Afro Iberian Studies will take the following courses:
* Black Influences on Spain’s History
* Culture and Black Diaspora in Present-Day Spain
In addition, they will enroll in a Spanish language class, and have the option of choosing an additional class from the ICS catalog for a total of 12 – 15 credits.
February 28 (Andalusian Day)
February 29 (Día de la Comunidad Educativa)
March 24-31 (Holy Week)
April 14-20 (April Fair)
May 1 (Labor Day)
All dates are tentative and subject to change.
Spring and year-long students need a visa. Please check with your sponsoring institution and/or the nearest Spanish Embassy or Consulate for more information.
Students will make two specific content-related visits:
Los Negritos Brotherhood
Seville’s oldest religious Brotherhood, founded at the end of the 14th Century for black African slaves.
The Early African Experience in Seville
Tour of some of the most important buildings, streets and squares that were essential for Seville in its becoming one of the most important slave markets in Europe in the 16th Century.
Additionally, regular semester Cultural Visits will include:
The Alcázar, Royal Palace
The María Luisa park
The ancient Roman city of Itálica
The Fine Arts Museum
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