Prof. Jill White invites you to travel with her to Jordan this summer and learn more about how children develop in this Middle Eastern context. Students will have the opportunity to learn the ethnographic method by conducting participant observation and interviewing, and will come to appreciate the diversity within Jordan by reading about and meeting Christians and Muslims, wealthy and poor, and urban and rural Jordanians. Visits to World Heritage historical sites are on the agenda as well. This is a 3 credit Human Development class that can be used to fulfill your World Culture General Education requirement. Want to know more? Read this account from a student who participated in the travel course in a previous year. Prof. White is eager to answer your questions, so feel free to contact her to learn more!