Travel-study courses use a specialized registration schedule and process. Visit the travel-study page to learn more.
Students deepen their understanding of British Theater and The London Stage by exploring the theaters, museums, and neighborhoods of London. Students: explore the range of theatrical practice in contemporary London; see plays in traditional late-19th century theaters as well as in contemporary and experimental spaces; visit the reconstructed Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, a range of 19th and early 20th century playhouses, and the latest theatrical venues in London. Students write reviews of 12 to 15 plays, bridging from the written text to live drama.
Andrew Barnaby ()
Instructor Permission required; Travel Dates: July 21 - August 2, 2014; Fee: $2322 This course does NOT fulfill a requirement for the Theater major; Cross listed with THE 195 TR1; Dates: July 14 - August 8, 2014; Total cross listed enrollment is 14
|ENGS 111 Z1||English: D1:Race & Ethnic in Lit Stdies||to||Mon|
|ENGS 117 Z1||English: Advanced Creative Nonfiction||to||Mon|
|ENGS 118 Z1||English: Advanced Writing: Fiction||to||Tue|
|ENGS 119 OL1||English: Advanced Writing: Poetry (online)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||60249|
|ENGS 160 Z1||English: D1:Afr Am Lit &Cul Before 1900||to||Tue|
There are no courses that meet this criteria.