International Study & TRAVEL

LIT292: Darwin and Dickens—Science and Literature in Victorian England

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The remarkable impact of Victorian England on modern American culture is nowhere more striking than in the fields of science and literature—a phenomenon largely due to the groundbreaking enterprise of England’s most influential biologist, Charles Darwin, and most beloved novelist, Charles Dickens.  LIT292: Darwin and Dickens—Science and Literature in Victorian England will explore these intellectual giants and the world they inhabited.

We will reside in Bloomsbury—London’s “college town”—very near Darwin and Dickens’s homes and haunts.  Our multidisciplinary adventures will take us to the British Museum, Downe House, Dickens House, The British Museum of Natural History, the British Library, the Globe Theater, and, of course, a few of Darwin and Dickens’s favorite pubs.

CREDITS:    3 Credits Earned

ENROLLMENT:   See your advisor, Drs. Firenze, Musa, or Saraceno for application.

 ITINERARY:   Several days in London—departing in late May or early June (dates TBA)

 FEES:  $2195.00* (plus tuition) includes airfare, lodging, breakfasts, all ground transportation, and instructional activities.

* Fees subject to slight variation.

Click here for an application.

 For more information, please contact your academic advisor or any of the following faculty:

Dr. Richard F. Firenze, Office: F-107,   Phone: 778-5067, Email: firenze_r@sunybroome.edu

Dr. Jennifer Musa, Office: F-111,  Phone: 778-5270, Email:  musajm@sunybroome.edu

Dr. Gregory Saraceno, Office, F-105, Phone:  778-5594, Email: saraceno_g@sunybroome.edu

 

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~ by Dr. Musa on November 4, 2010.

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