Political Landscapes of Buenos Aires: Neoliberalism and the Struggle for Alternatives
Summer 2018: June 18 – August 17
The goal of this program is to understand urban space as an evolving, complex and contested landscape shaped by – and with the power to shape – neoliberal measures and policies. It will study the actions of social and political movements in the city of Buenos Aires that resist, rework and pose alternatives to neoliberal ways of organizing the urban space. The program combines classroom and field-based learning, and it includes two field trips, one to the city of Rosario and another one to the city of Bariloche in Patagonia.
Important links: Online brochure
Program’s CHID Website where you will find the apply button at the bottom of the page
Our own website with some general information and photos.