THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL
May 8 - May 24, 2023 (travel occurs May 11-24, 2023)
Program Fee: $4,200
*Includes housing, some meals and several excursions.
Deposit Deadline: Dec. 2, 2022
Program fee does not include roundtrip airfare, tuition or the study abroad fee
|For flexibility, students book their own flight. Program leaders will share their flight itinerary with the class and students often fly as a group on the international leg of the trip.
Study Abroad Application
|Fee to the Education Abroad Office for administrative preparation.
|Students should check with the Bursar’s Office to see how much this 3-credit hour course will charge them in tuition.
|Fee that the Education Abroad Office adds to each students bill who studies abroad. The policy provides medical and mental health coverage, but it is NOT trip interruption insurance.
Pre-requisites: There is no prerequisite for this course.
Course Attributes: Honors ENGL, or Honors BTC (Carolina Core - AIU)
COVID-19 Vaccinations: None needed for participation
Follow in the footsteps of famous authors and learn to capture a strong sense of place in your own creative work as you write your way through Dublin and London. Students will explore the areas and landmarks featured in British and Irish literature from the past to the present day and understand how setting functions as a dynamic and interactive element stratified by complex layers of history, culture, and artistic representation. Taking a geocritical approach to the urban environment, students will then apply what they learn to create their own short works of either poetry, fiction, or nonfiction. Travel will include walking and/or biking tours through London and Dublin, a journey along the River Thames, a train ride through the English and Welsh countryside as well as a voyage across the Irish Sea. This course is open to all majors.
Trip Itinerary to be announced.