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Community Studies and Mosaics


Community Studies and Mosaics

The mission of Community Studies and Mosaics is to create collaborative communities of inquiry. Faculty, students and community partners engage in interdisciplinary field research to create shared knowledge, working toward greater equality, peace and social justice.



Announcements

4th Mexican/Latino Migration Mosaic
This upcoming Fall 2020 mosaic that will engage students in ethnographic fieldwork with migrant workers and newly settling Latino communities in the region, while exploring contemporary migration issues and policies. This two-course cluster mosaic requires students to take the core course, Ethnography of Migration Fieldwork Practicum and at least one of the other courses offered, Spanish for the Health Professions and/or Latin American Migrations in the U.S. To apply please visit the Center for Global Studies and Engagement. For further information, please contact Professor Susan Rose, and/or Professor Asuncion Arnedo.

Carlisle Indian School Digitization Project Highlighted on the Front Page of the Navajo Times
The Archives and Special Collections department of Dickinson College partnered with the Community Studies and Mosaics to create a website that brings together and makes available the various photographs, letters, and administrative files pertaining to the more than 10,000 students who attended the Carlisle Indian Industrial School (CIIS) between 1879 and 1918. There is now a searchable database for those individuals who wish to search for more information on the CIIS and/or the students who attended the school.