Education and adventure in tropical, historical Santo Domingo. What a combination! Latin America--its people, its culture, its history--began here on the island of Hispaniola. Today it's a great place to study about the Taíno Indians, the first Africans in the New World, the colonial Spaniards, Spanish language, Dominican history, tourism, geography, creole or Afro-Dominican culture, and a wide array of such varied topics as agriculture, agronomy, sociology, music, medicine, art, communications, international business, economics... all in the context of a developing world where you can immerse your students in a society and economy that is far different than their own. You'll have a good time, too! We can arrange your welcome, orientations, classes, tours, guest speakers, special events, lodging, transportation, internships, research assistance, translations-whatever you need--for student groups or individual researchers. Details available by phoning (809) 221-6471, by post at STUDENT & RESEARCHER SERVICES, Apartado Postal Z-111, Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at our website: http://www.bravo2000.com/educationalservices.
DR. LYNNE GUITAR (Fulbright Fellow; Ph.D. Colonial Latin American History, Vanderbilt University) and LIC. SEVERINO POLANCO (Lic. in French; Tourism and Security Specialist).
For information on document and website design, and Spanish/English or English/Spanish translations, see www.bravo2000.com
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