Art History 350 - England & France: Museums and Monuments of London and Paris
London and Paris are two of the most culturally important cities in Europe, noted for their rich historical and artistic objects. Students will gain an understanding of art, history and culture through the study of major monuments, objects, historical sites and museums including: the British Museum, St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, the Tate Modern, the Louvre, Notre Dame, The Eiffel Tower, and the palace of Versailles. Students will research and present objects on site and in meetings, and also will be expected to reflect on their experiences about the many cultural differences that they may encounter in England and France.
Course: ARTH 350
Location: London and Paris
Prerequisite: One credit pre-departure course
Program Directors: Terry Slade and Fiona Dejardin
Curricular requirement: EL
Length of program: 21 days
Meals: All meals included
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