This course, to be offered again Spring 2014, is designed to expose students to British history, art, music, and literature as unique expressions of Western culture, and to encourage students to interact with these subjects at deeper levels of intellect, emotion, and spirituality. The on-campus portion of the course will provide the basis for the travel experience, including discussions and readings that create context. During the intensive travel over spring break, students will experience first-hand British culture and history, particularly focusing on the Medieval and Renaissance periods.
Highlights in London include The Tower, London Bridge, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and lots of museums and galleries. We will take three day-trips, one to Warwick Castle and Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon; one to ancient Stonehenge, Salisbury & the Roman city of Bath and one to Cambridge University
For more information contact the Crossroads Office.
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