Spring 2012: Darwin, London and Literature!

The remarkable impact of British culture on the way we live is nowhere more striking than in the fields of science and literature—a phenomenon largely owing to the groundbreaking work of England’s most influential biologist, Charles Darwin, and three of its most renowned and beloved writers, Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, and Charles Dickens. LIT296W02: Darwin, London, and Literature will explore these intellectual giants and the worlds they inhabited. We will reside in Bloomsbury—London’s “college town.” Our adventures will take us to the British Museum, Canterbury, the Globe Theater, Dickens House, Downe House, The British Museum of Natural History, and the British Library.

CREDITS: 3 Credits Earned
ENROLLMENT: See your advisor—or Drs. Firenze, Musa, or Saraceno to apply.
CLASSES: Approximately six class meetings prior to departure for London
ITINERARY: Several days in London—departing after May 11 (specific dates TBA)
FEES: $2295.00* (plus tuition) includes airfare, lodging, all ground transportation, and instructional activities.
* Fees subject to slight variation.
For more information, please contact your academic advisor or any of the following faculty:
Dr. Richard F. Firenze
F-107 778-5067 firenze_r@sunybroome.edu
Dr. Jennifer Musa
F-111 778-5270 musajm@sunybroome.edu
Dr. Gregory Saraceno
F-105 778-5594 saracenog@sunybroome.edu


~ by Dr. Musa on December 2, 2011.

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