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History & Humanities in London & York: June 6–July 3, 2020

Faculty: Dr. Laura Nice & Dr. Jason Nice [ Bios ]

Academic Credit: Earn 6 units of academic credit. [ Courses ]

Chico State Student Exploring LondonAbout the Program

This one-month program introduces students to the arts, ideas, and history of Britain and Europe by visiting cultural sites across London with excursions across England. Focusing on Britain from Shakespeare to the Present, this course encounters arts and ideas – literary, visual, architectural, and theatrical – in person. We will begin at Hatfield House where students will view outstanding examples of art, architecture, and interior/landscape design. Then, we will see a performance of a Shakespeare play (having already read the play) at the reconstructed Globe Theatre. In this course, students learn the history of Europe from the Renaissance through the Napoleonic Wars by visiting a range of cultural sites and museums in and around London and Yorkshire. The site visits will proceed chronologically, and will thus provide students with a compelling and thought-provoking narrative of European history. [ Learn more ]

Cost

• Program Fee: $5,645

◊ Application and $450 deposit due March 1; paid online to AIFS.
◊ Balance of $5,195 due April 1.

• Academic course fees: $1,800 (6 units x $300/unit)

• Travel course fees (including administrative fees & insurance): $297

• Estimated Airfare: $1,100

• Meals, laundry and incidentals are extra (est. $800–$1,200).

Academic Credit

Participants in the non-credit field school may opt to earn four units of academic credit by enrolling in ANTH 280 Field Archaeology, ANTH 380 Field Archaeology, or ANTH 480 Advanced Field Archaeology for an additional fee of $240.

This program offers six units of academic credit, allowing you to make progress toward your degree. Once your final fee payment has been made, Regional & Continuing Education will enroll you in the following classes:

HUMN 300: Great Books and Ideas: Arts/Humanities
HIST 313: Early Modern Europe

[ View Course Syllabus ]

Program Faculty

Dr. Jason Nice received his PhD in Early Modern British and French History from the University of York. He conducted regular research at libraries and archives throughout London, worked at the University of Sheffield after receiving PhD and has taught in Galway, Ireland.

Dr. Laura Nice received her PhD in English Literature from the University of York (UK) and conducted regular research at libraries and archives throughout London. She has worked for the University of York and has traveled around Europe and specifically the UK for the past 10 years. 

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