Two-week travel course examines the World War II Resistance Movement

Each summer the College of Arts and Sciences offers a series of exciting travel courses that combine study abroad opportunities with deep investigations into specific topics. Join UVM senior lecturer of French Marielle Macias Aunave for "France: The Vercors Region in WWII," a deep investigation of the Resistance movement in southern France.

During this program, we’ll hike through the breathtaking landscape of Vercors and visit sites including the Musée de la Resistance in Vassieux and the famous “Grotte de la Luire,” a cave located in the town of Saint-Agnan-en-Vercors which served as a makeshift hospital for the Resistance.

Students are invited to information sessions January 22 or January 31 from 4-5 p.m. in Waterman 419. For more information see this video and view this detailed course description.

 

PUBLISHED

01-09-2018
Kevin Coburn