Guatemala 2014 Field School

We hope you will consider participating in this Field school and, perhaps, inform other students who may be interested as well. This field school is for UNBC students as well as students at universities across Canada - both senior undergrads & graduate students. We will facilitate non-UNBC student participation via Skype before our departure.

Facilitated by: Dr. Catherine Nolin & Grahame Russell

Key Details

  • Where: UNBC – Prince George Campus & Guatemala (Central America)
  • When: Tentatively scheduled for May 12 – 25, 2014 (in Guatemala)
  • How Long: 8-day intensive course at UNBC. Depart Prince George for Guatemala approx. May 12th for approx. 14 days
  • For Whom: 3rd and 4th year Geography, Anthropology, First Nations Studies, International Studies, Women's Studies, and Political Science students (among others) interested in indigenous issues, gender & development, human rights, solidarity and activism; Graduate students in Geography, Interdisciplinary Studies, First Nations Studies, and related disciplines

Download the Field School handout for more information (PDF)


  • Geography 333 (Field School)
  • Geography 426/62 (Geography of Culture, Rights & Power)
  • (Optional) Independent Study or Graduate-level research