Students accepted to the May 2017 "Literature and Culture of London" program will examine the influences and legacies of some of England's most famous authors and playwrights, particularly in the areas of London and Canterbury. The program will be taught by English Professor Hannibal Hamlin. Students will explore some of the greatest texts from medieval times to today and visit sites that were the inspiration for these works. The group will also see plays, tour art galleries and museumes, and take literary/historical walks in and around Canterbury and London. Participants will earn three credit hours of English 4575.
January 4, 2017 (application available in October)
Program Application, Costs, and Accommodations
Information about program costs, accommodations, and the application process is available through the Office of International Affairs.
Apply for Scholarships
The following are scholarships for study abroad that we strongly encourage you to apply for:
- Department of English Shapiro International Scholarship.
- College of Arts & Sciences Study Abroad Funding Application.
- Office of International Affairs Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship.
- Other Scholarship information from the Office of International Affairs and the university. Deadlines may vary. See specific scholarship for more information.
Contact Study Abroad Program Coordinator Louise Yahiaoui at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Return to the English department's Study Abroad Main Page.