Twenty students traveled to England with Dr. Annie Pluto during spring break 2015 to explore dramatic and literary history.
Students acquired a broad based understanding of the relationship between
London, Stratford, Bath and their playwrights, their writers, and the theatre.
With a focus on Shakespeare, Sheridan, Austen and Dickens, students visited
historical sites, theatres, and museums important to Shakespeare's texts, and
attended performances (including that of the Royal Shakespeare Company at
Stratford).A critical journal encouraged reflection on the variety of course experiences; an in-depth research
project allowed extensive examination of a critical problem presented by one
aspect of the course.
This was a spring semester course, with travel to England during spring break:
Travel dates: 3.14.15 - 3.22.15
Travel cost: $3,500, all-inclusive (monthly payment plans available
Visit EF College Study Tours to sign up for travel portion. Tour #1516821DU
All the world's a stage.
Come to England and experience its dramatic and literary history. London,
Stratford, and Bath become our classroom as we read, study, and experience its
great and time honored writers.
-Dr. Anne Pluto, CLAS Humanities Division
Donna L. Halper
Associate Professor of Communications
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