ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND

Washington, DC

DESIGNATION:

Domestic Travel

PROGRAM FEE:

$2800

TRAVEL DATES:

May 27 - June 14, 2014

TERM:

May Interim and Summer Day I

 

COURSES OFFERED:

 

COURSE NAME:

ENG 221-01 British Literature

SEMESTER HOURS:

3

TUITION:

$561

INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Rhonda Knight

A study of the literature of the British Isles and its colonies from roughly 700 CE to the eighteenth century. Emphasis is placed on the texts’ connections to the humanistic tradition of the classical world and the intellectual and literary movements of the European Continent. This course addresses British literature’s relationship to Western thought. Prerequisite: ENG 102 or 210.

COURSE NAME:

ENG 399-01, Readings in the Scottish Supernatural

SEMESTER HOURS:

1

TUITION:

$187

INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Rhonda Knight and Dr. Andrea Coldwell Cabus

This course will offer students a look into the Scottish ghost, witch and demon tales published from the 17th century until today.

COURSE NAME:

ENG 399-02, The Scottish Supernatural

SEMESTER HOURS:

3

TUITION:

$561

INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Rhonda Knight and Dr. Andrea Coldwell Cabus

This course will offer students a look into the Scottish ghost, witch and demon tales published from the 17th century until today and will require more readings and more journal entries than the one credit class.

COURSE NAME:

ENG 399-03, The Brontes in Yorkshire

SEMESTER HOURS:

3

TUITION:

$561

INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Andrea Coldwell Cabus

The Bronte Sisters in Yorkshire. Students in this course will read a variety of works by Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte who lived and wrote in a remote Yorkshire town (Haworth) in the early and mid-Victorian period. As we travel, students will be expected to respond to and critique the literature with reference to the places we visit an the cultural information we collect.

 
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