Study drama and literary history in England - Spring 2017
Acquire a broad based understanding of the relationship between
London, Stratford, Bath and their playwrights, writers, and theaters. Visit
historical sites, theaters, and museums important to Shakespeare's texts. Attend performances, including that of the Royal Shakespeare Company at
Stratford. Keep a journal to reflect on the variety of course experiences, and complete an in-depth research
project to examine a critical problem presented by one
aspect of the course.
Travel dates: 3.10.17 - 3.18.17
Cost: $3,620, all-inclusive (monthly payment plans available)
Visit EF College Study Tours to sign up for travel portion.
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, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Humanities Division
Professor Annie Pluto and students in England.
There are three registration steps:
1. Fill out a Preliminary Interest Form from the Planning Guide and submit to Study Abroad Office.
2. Sign up for travel portion of program with EF College Study Tours.
3. Register for CHUMS 3300 (or CHUMS 5500 for graduate credit) during SP 17 WebReg.
Assistant Professor of History
Christine A. Evans
Professor of Comparative Literature; Division Director Humanities
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