Tanzania: Anthropology of Gender Co-curricular International Experience

During the October 2017 reading week, a group of UTM students travelled to Tanzania with Professor Sarah Hillewaert as part of ANT335H5F - Anthropology of Gender. This trip was offered as a UTM Abroad Co-Curricular Experience via the UTM International Education Centre's UTM Abroad Program

Highlights of Trip

  • Swahili lessons (local language);
  • Travel to Kilimanjaro and Arusha and work alongside Femme International to learn how women are confronting gender inequality;
  • Immerse yourself in family homestays;
  • Visit the island of Zanzibar where you'll experience notions of gender, different from the Tanzanian mainland.

Additional trip details are available on the IEC's Tanzania web page.

Photos

All photos © Sarah Hillewaert. All Rights Reserved.

Group photo of students travelling to Tanzania

Students travel to TanzaniaDar es Salaam​:

Group photo of students in Dar es Salaam.Students in discussion in Dar es Salaam.

Students in a discussion with NGO representative in Dar es Salaam.

 

Moshi:

Students in conversation in a garden in Moshi.

Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance as viewed from Moshi.

A group of students in discussion on a shady path under trees in Moshi.

Zanzibar:Group of students in discussion on the steps of a historic building in Zanzibar.

Two students at the beach on a sunny day in Zanzibar.

Two students sitting in a sailboat in waters off Zanzibar.