This past week I held the final informational meeting for all interested persons to learn about the Winter London trip. We had tea, Irish butter, brown bread (toasted, of course), marmalade (exactly like the kind we'll eat in London at our Mayfair hotel!), Hob-nobs, Lemon Ginger cookies, and Will & Kate Royal Edition Cheddar to sustain us over a discussion about the course I will be teaching in London from Dec. 26-Jan. 8. The course is entitled "Great Exhibitions" and qualifies as upper-level hours in art history.
As the deadline approaches (Sept. 13 for $100 off; Sept. 27th is the final day to apply), please consult the consortium's website for the application procedures. See this link which takes you to the CCSA (Consortium) website.
I've included a pew photos below (thank you to former students for sharing them!) and payment details at the bottom of the post.
Hope you can join us. And, if not this time, I hope that in the near future you do get the opportunity to study abroad or undertake an experiential learning opportunity of some kind.
|Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (reconstructed) is one of the sites we visit.|