Study Tours 2015
Paris, France, May 2015
Instructor: Ron Rindo
Theme: American Writers in Paris
This study tour will introduce students to the work of American expatriate writers living in Paris between 1900 and 1960, with an emphasis on the "Lost Generation" living on the Left Bank in the 1920s. Students can sign up for the course as English 350 (Literary Study Tour); English 204 (Introduction to Creative Writing); English 405 (Special Topics in Creative Writing) or English 709 (Graduate Special Topics in Creative Writing). We will hold several orientation meetings during the regular, fourteen-week spring semester. During the interim term, we'll meet in class during the first week, and then we'll spend fourteen days in Paris writing in cafes; visiting cathedrals, museums, and other sites; and taking walking tours in the footsteps of some three dozen American expatriate writers. We'll take one overnight day trip into the French countryside. We'll travel to Normandy to visit the American cemetery and the beaches where the allies landed on June 6, 1944. After a night in Brittany, we'll travel to Mont Saint-Michel, one of the most spectacular sites in France and the subject of a book by Henry Adams. Students will also have two or three free days to spend as they wish--writing in cafes; visiting other sites and landmarks in the city; or perhaps traveling a short distance by train to see Versailles, or Chartres, or Fontainebleau.
You can contact Ron Rindo at (920) 424 2252 or email email@example.com
Study Tours 2014
London, Manchester, Oxford, Stratford, May 2014
May 2014 a Study Tour directed by Vivian Foss will visit: London, Manchester, Oxford, and Stratford. Courses available are English 247 - Introduction to Shakespeare, 318 - Advanced Composition about the Sciences and 350/550 - Study Tour Abroad. More information to follow.
Contact Vivian Foss in the English Department at 920-424-7276 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to participate in this course, you must apply through the Office of International Education.
Nicaragua- January 2014
January 2014, join Friends of Nicaragua—a non-profit organization improving lives through sustainable community development and cultural exchange—in a two-week service-learning experience at the Women in Action Project in Managua, Nicaragua's capital. In addition to assisting Women in Action with education, health and food projects, immerse yourself in Nicaraguan family life and visit scenic and cultural destinations around the country while studying how to bridge cultures through travel writing.If you'd like to participate in this course, you must apply through the Office of International Education. Please contact Douglas Haynes in the English Department with questions.
- Douglas Haynes, email@example.com
- Radford 204, (920) 424 0914
Study Tour 2013
Reading & Writing In Place: Ireland
May 18-June 1, 2013
Three to six credits from English 225, 226, 350/550 and 357/557 with Professors Marguerite Helmers and Paul Klemp.
Five nights in Dublin and eight nights in Galway, with side trips to Connemara, the Cliffs of Moher, the Aran Islands, and other beautiful places. Tour museums, see the Book of Kells, and visit famous cathedrals, parks, and ancient Celtic burial sites.
Pre-departure class sessions on campus May 13-16, 9 am - 12pm. Estimated cost: $2350.00 plus airfare. Final costs depend on exchange rates, accommodations, and flight arrangements.
For more information, contact the professors: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.