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United Kingdom

Mind The Gap: British Drama & Travel Writing

Term To Study: Summer 2019
Application Deadline: Mar 01, 2019
Program Starts: Jun 09, 2019
Program Ends: Jun 23, 2019
Program Category: One-Country
Program Type: Faculty-led
Program Fee: $3,750
Program Locations: London
Contact Phone: 4345448788
Contact Name: Study Abroad Office
Contact Email: global@lynchburg.edu
What is Included: International airfare; ground transportation; housing in double occupancy; breakfast daily, some lunches and dinners; admission fees to program required sites; tour guides; 24 hour assistance, international insurance for emergency medical evacuation and repatriation, accidental injuries and illnesses.
What is not Included: Tuition, passport fees, visa application fees (if applicable), extra luggage fees (if exceeding airline allowance), trip insurance, some meals (see itinerary) while in-country and during travel to-and-from study abroad destinations, spending money of personal nature such as, but not limited, to phone service, laundry, souvenirs, bank transaction fees, etc.).
Estimated Costs: Tuition is billed separately. Per credit cost for summer term will be released the beginning of March 2019. Students enrolled in a study abroad course during the summer term are eligible for the Experiential Learning Grant which provides 50% off tuition.
Program Description

ENGL 377N – An Exploration of British Drama
This course will introduce students to the scope and range of British drama from the beginnings of its modern form (in the Renaissance) to the present, focused in particular on its performance in the context of London as a capital of world theatre.

ENGL 377X – Travel Writing in London
This course will give students the opportunity to use writing as a way to explore a place, London. Students learn the city of London while reading texts and writing essays that ask them to view the city from a variety of perspectives. Travel writing has some special features that will shape both the content of the work for this subject. In addition to peering through historical, literary, culinary, and sociological lenses, we will also consider the differences between travel and tourism.

Faculty Contacts:
Dr. Bates | bates.r@lynchburg.edu | 434-544-8535
Dr. Dickson| dickson.c@lynchburg.edu | 434-544-8110

Quick Facts

Population: 63047162
Capital: London
Per-capita GDP: $ 36600
Size: 243610 km2
Time Zone: (GMT) Dublin

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