Students explore identity in the Hispanic world

Friday, Jan 3, 2020

By Julie Clack

To explore issues of social stratification and poverty and their connection to identity formation, students in the “Identity in the Hispanic World” course traveled to Guatemala over fall break to participate in a service-learning program at a nonprofit organization that addresses education, health care and housing in towns near Antigua.

The course, taught by Christina Lee, associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese, is a Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) Exploration Seminar.

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