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Bolivia Methods Field School

Interesting in learning social science research methods with a focus on their application in “fieldwork”? And/or interested in taking a course about politics and culture of the Andes in Bolivia? Then you should think about the summer field school program my wife (an anthropologist) and I (a political scientist) teach in Bolivia this summer. 

The methods part covers everything from ethnography to archival work to multivariate regression. Questions? Ask us! More information here.

PS. Our program is open to graduate students, too.

Interested in enrolling in a research methods fieldschool in Bolivia (or the Andes)? You should consider ours.
From olemiss-bolivia:

Registration now open!

Notice our field school has a Tumblr page. ;-)

Interested in enrolling in a research methods fieldschool in Bolivia (or the Andes)? You should consider ours.

From olemiss-bolivia:

Registration now open!

Notice our field school has a Tumblr page. ;-)

We’re teaching the Bolivia Methods Field School again this summer (May 20-June 29, 2012). If you’re at Ole Miss, come to our information session. If not, stay tuned for more information.
The course is open to any students (including graduate students) with moderate Spanish abilities (the course is primarily taught in English, but you’ll need some basic Spanish to get around the city of La Paz). It’s an interdisciplinary course in social science research methods (qualitative & quantitative), plus a “content” course on politics & culture in the Andes.

We’re teaching the Bolivia Methods Field School again this summer (May 20-June 29, 2012). If you’re at Ole Miss, come to our information session. If not, stay tuned for more information.

The course is open to any students (including graduate students) with moderate Spanish abilities (the course is primarily taught in English, but you’ll need some basic Spanish to get around the city of La Paz). It’s an interdisciplinary course in social science research methods (qualitative & quantitative), plus a “content” course on politics & culture in the Andes.